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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Valentine (05/16/05)

TITLE: I Love You.
By Jennifer none
05/19/05


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Exactly what is a valentine?
What does it mean to say, ‘Will you be mine?’
We often tell someone ‘I love you’
But are these words really true?
The greatest example of love is this,
Unless there is something amiss,
When Jesus died up on that tree
On the lonesome hill called Calvary.

Our sins were so many, but his were so few
No one would’ve expected for him to do
What he did for people such as me and you
So I ask of you this very day
To please be careful what you say
And do not say ‘I love you’
Unless your love is true.


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karen McLamb05/24/05
This is so true, some people don't know what love mean
Delores McCarter05/26/05
Nice job. Its super short but a good piece overall.
Deborah Porter 05/31/05
Jennifer, it is a good poem, but as Delores commented, it is short - too short for the Challenge. Unfortunately, at just 108 words, we had to disqualify it. The minimum word count allowed is 150 words, and the maximum is 750. So please don't be discouraged. It was good work, you just have to keep that limit in mind when you are writing for the Challenge. With love, Deb (Challenge Coodinator)