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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Anniversary (04/11/05)

TITLE: Celebrating Love
By karen McLamb
04/18/05


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Celebrating Love




My Anniversary
What glee I have over my Anniversary
What Joy what peace oh what glee
The time has gone by so quickly
Love is still so strong it moves me
It sort of takes my breath away
To awake with this kind of love each day


So come one come all and help celebrate
It is such a wonderful occasion to just have a
Busy also, Quiet date
Just like our Wedding Day
Yes we know it is our Wedding Anniversary
Itís a very special type of Anniversary
A Love we always wanted



We didnít realize that our dreams could ever be so real;
This year of happiness has brought us through a long awaited
As our Anniversary is celebrate by youíll
We ask the Lord for his abiding grace
As God gives us the wisdom each day
We want to show you all how weíre blessed!
On our lovely day!


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Melanie Kerr 04/18/05
You communicate your enthusiasm really well! I wanted to join in the clapping! Two points - you repeated the word "glee" in the first few lines. I think another word would have been better. In the last verse "you'll" - I assume you meant "you all", but you'll means "you will".
Sonja Stotts04/18/05
Wonderful, I could feel your joy.
darlene hight04/21/05
Felt the joy! Well done!
A B04/26/05
Lovely poem. Did the title justice.