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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Bold (emotionally) (08/30/07)

TITLE: RHYMING
By
09/05/07


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To write from the rhyming dictionary would be bold.
If properly done people would be bowled over by my cold copyhold on page 281 in the folds of gold.

I doubt that any would hold it long enough for it to grow mold or even till they were very old.

Most English critiques will surely scold me as my silly tale unfolds. Literary critiques know there is no way this will ever be sold. No matter how many shoes are resoled while trying to get it in any household, so that it will at least have a chance of being twice-told.

But if truth were told it will never profit my billfold, for the story is ice-cold.

It has not even the beauty of a *wold, or a bright yellow marigold, or even origami with its many multifolds.

I wish you could behold me as I write with my desire to be bold. I beg you to not wear a blindfold at the controlled way I am trying to enfold a bold roothold on your imagination.

I want to gain a foothold on the stone-cold stronghold of the untold story of a bold wholesouled individual who will never grace a centerfold, or have the minor misfortune of being oversold. (haha)

But I fear I shall soon be potholed. Never shall I be in the stranglehold of an over zealous publisher, telling me to cooperate or they will withhold the age old profit of gold, unless I enfold their choices and desires.

But alas my short story told on the pages of this *petioled, that supports and nourishes my desire to one day be published in a book trimmed in pages of gold, has come to and end never to begin again. So boldly I must say with tongue in cheek, The End.

*Wold-a stretch of rolling land without trees.
*Petioled-a slender stem that supports a leaf.

Boldness to me has always been Daniel, his witness has always filled me with a deep desire to show the world the love of God.

My silliness today says nothing about God. I canít depart without saying something from Him Proverbs 6:6 Go to the ant thou sluggard consider her ways and be wise.

Always at least try.

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Donna Emery09/07/07
The rhymes made me smile. A fanciful essay with a good point. Nice job
Laury Hubrich 09/08/07
Very creative piece of work!
Jennifer Johnson09/09/07
What a fine, sublime rhyme. I wish it was mine.
Brenda Welc09/11/07
Not quite sure how to comment on this, but interesting to say the least:)