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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Spring (as in the season) (11/28/05)

TITLE: 55 W Chestnut
By Alexi Quinones
11/30/05


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What a beautiful day, God meant it to be no other way!
I believe it took place sometime in May.
The summertime breeze was hitting me right on my face,
I had established my own pace.
The sun was wearing a great big smile, it was far away
from the rest of the pile
The green leaves were being cleansed by natures wind.
I was glorifying God for such a heavenly day; again, I
tell you Ö.. Iím pretty sure it was May
It was so peaceful, it made me forget about our measles.
That breeze has intensified, because; very shortly it will
be your time.
You may be wondering, why does it all seem to rhyme;..
thatís simple, because thatís how I felt at the time
So enjoy everyday that lyeís ahead, because you never
know when God is gonna put us to bed.


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James Clem 12/06/05
Didn't understand how the title related(?)
Jan Ackerson 12/07/05
This is charming. Be careful of forced rhymes; usually a more "realistic" word can be found, with a bit of work. The mood of this little poem is contagious, though.