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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Beach (07/04/05)

TITLE: The beach is open
By Donnie Vaughan
07/04/05


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I see the gualls flying all around wanting the bait that the fish did not get , they fly so high and then very low as if they think they can take it from the fisherman hook. it's that time again the beach is open they look harder to see if some one has left their picnic basket open,oh not this time maybe next season.


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Phyllis Inniss 07/11/05
It's interesting the things that attract our attention on the beach.
dub W07/11/05
A poem in prose form, I too love the sights of the beach.
Nina Phillips07/11/05
The beach is open, and the picnic basket is open. A feast about to begin. Good thoughts.
God bless ya,
littlelight
Shari Armstrong 07/12/05
A nice start to a very descriptive piece. I'd like to read more!
Shannon Redmon07/14/05
I like the imagery. Good job!
Beth Muehlhausen07/15/05
I remember feeding the gulls on the beach and watching them swoop down, looking for a treat....
Deborah Porter 07/18/05
Hi Donnie. Just a very quick note to let you know that your entries need to be a minimum of 150 words to be in the running for the Challenge. This little piece was just 65 words. I hope you'll enter again in the future, but just keep the limits in mind - 150 words minimum and 750 words maximum. Love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)