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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Escape (01/02/06)

TITLE: Through my shame
By Donnie Vaughan
01/08/06


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From inside my world I have seldom found the key to my success and freedom,
Although I have tried to, so often to hide my shame, but found it to be more awesome.

For me to some how get away and to escape the pain that has been surrounding me for so long, only God knows from the things in my heart what is really taking place.

He has taken away all my fears and some how erased all the years that have held for me so much sorrow and dismay, and now he keeps me alert to all that causes me to stray.

For memories are all so hard to forget and life the way I would like it to be as of yet, has not changed, only my attitude of the world about me.

I know now the purpose that he has for me, and it is to love my fellowman,
And that is what the world should see.


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Andria Cook01/16/06
Thank you for sharing such a personal posts. An editor once told me, "wow, what passion was behind that one little thought. Write about it." I looked at her through wide eyes... and swallowed hard. And then, wrote about it.

Now I will pass that same advice on to you. Take this emotion and experience and make it a story.