The Official Writing Challenge
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Very original. I really liked it. No red ink.
Clever. Nicely done.
I think delicious gossip is a great take on the topic. It's fresh and original. In my opinion, the ellipses distracted me a tiny bit. Remember that it's always 3 dots, unless it's clearly the end of the sentence then it's... . Also, if you want to put something in bold (like the first letters of the poem), you need to use html code. Bold would be like this, but without any spaces: < b> and when you're done, you do this: < /b > (again no spaces, and you use an I for italics and a u for underline).
I think you did a nice job of pacing your story. I could almost feel the frenzy. Since ellipses usually mean a pause, an em dash--might have helped that pacing even more. Your message is great too. I liked the Bible verses you used to back it up. Great job.
It reminds me a little bit of the political climate. I thought this was creative.
It was like slithering through the mind. Gossip, so seductive, so delicious, yet in the smoothest way was tangling and pulling downward. You took me on that journey. Well written.
I loved this - very original and oh so true. Continue to use your discerning spirit to warn of the dangers of gossip, and other spiritual hang-ups. God Bless.
wow was meaty and to the point!
I think you won 1st place. I have not read many of this level's entry's but yours hit the mark.

Ruth, Congratulations on your 1st place in the beginning. I really liked your creative take on the word delicious. Well-written story.
Congratulations on your 1st Place Finish! Very creative!
Congrats!Well done!
Congratulations, Ruth, on your 1st place in the Beginners Category. A reminder of how fast gossip spreads. I liked your use of an acrostic poem.
Congratulations on placing 1st in your level and 26 overall! Happy Dance! I'm so glad you kept working on this piece!
Delicious article. Congratulations on 1st place...