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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Surprised (09/06/07)

TITLE: It's a small world ...
By Janelle Knox
09/13/07


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Itís a small world Ö

Itís a hidden world, dark, mysterious and wonderful. It is full of life, intrigue, genius and science. It is a world where somehow the impossible becomes possible. A world where nothing is seen and yet everything is discoveredÖ It doesnít make sense and yet so many people discover itís hidden beauty, itís illustrious allure, as they come back time and time again to discover its unique design and mystique.

This world is where all other worlds end and the world as we know it begins. As tiny fingers sense touch for the first time and a heart beat starts as cells rapidly beat together, this world is the world of life itself. Secretly going about its unique design in its quest to finish a masterpiece, painting a picture until now, only seen by the eyes of God Himself.

The joy and surprise this bundle transports from its small dark world into our bright imposing lives reminds us that things so small, so unique in design and so perfect in their creation define the miraculous like nothing else can.


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Jan Ackerson 09/13/07
A sweet little word-picture!

Be careful of confusing it's with its, and I always recommend choosing a title that hasn't been used before.

Any story that features a tiny baby's fingers always has the awww factor that appeals to readers--good job.
Julie Arduini09/14/07
I love your last line most of all, great truths shared in this article.