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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Illustrate the meaning of "Every Dark Cloud has a Silver Lining" (without using the actual phrase or literal example). (02/28/08)

TITLE: Mr. Iím Born Man
By Kenneth Westenbroek
03/04/08


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Once upon a time a man found out through a course of events that he was born. Being born took on a whole new meaning just after he became aware of a lie he had believed up until that point. Realizing that his unawareness of all these matters could further complicate his future, the man decided to become learned of exactly what it would take to be wholly fulfilled with his born state now manifested and unhidden. After brief consideration of all the known facts the man quickly determined the undoing of the lie was key to no more unknowing. The lie had most assuredly kept him from know what had happened to him. Believing the lie to be his only obstacle the man sought to know the truth. The truth was new and fresh and was absolutely not a part of the past. The deference between truth and lie figured out the man that now knew he had been born. Having finalized his learning the man landed on truth as his only option. Suddenly truth became the only focus and focused on truth the man became. Thinking about what had transpired and how he hadnít known amazement blanketed the man. Sometimes not knowing makes finding out rather special. Not knowing has allowed him to know the truth. Now the truth has set him free.

The beginning


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Yvonne Blake 03/06/08
I like your title. I can see the joy and freedom of learning the truth in your writing.
I can also see a touch of poetry in your words.
I like the way you put "The Beginning" at the end. It is the beginning of a new life.
Keep writing.
Andrea Hargrove03/09/08
The big paragraph seems to run together a bit. Maybe if you broke it up and put in a bit of background for your character that would be better.

But I also liked the way you had "The beginning" at the end.
Jan Ackerson 03/09/08
Kinda philosophical and thought-provoking. Consider writing this as free verse.
Shirley McClay 03/10/08
"Sometimes not knowing makes finding out rather special."... very cool line.