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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Home (01/09/06)

TITLE: Forever Faithful
By Tashina Warren
01/09/06


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There once was a young woman,
who was extremely coy,
and she felt she had no one.

She said something awful
to her grandmother,
but she could only remember that she made waffles.

Soon after that she lost her grandmother,
and best friend, when she was several years younger;
but she never talked to her mother.

She was in pain,
so she 'escaped' from God and had no one.
She felt she had nothing to gain.

So she considered suicide
but for several reasons.
The day she planned to do it, she saw a light.

The young woman saw her honey
and her honey saw
her sweetheart.

They had nicknames
for each other
but to them it was not a shame.

She wishes she could thank her
in person(after all she did save her life)
and she was angry so she said,"grr."

Until one day,
she met this woman, Miss Willis,
who showed her the way.

Miss Willis suggested her
to read the
Book of Proverbs.

She has changed her
life so much that this girl wishes
that she could do the same for her.

She knows that there is nothing
that she can do compared to what Miss Willis did for her
but she will just keep living.

The young woman is eternally grateful
but she only had one way to repay Miss Willis
that is to remain forever faithful!!


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Jan Ackerson 01/16/06
I wonder if this was intended for last week's topic?

It's a sweet story, which makes me think that it would be better if told in story form. I'd like to get to know these characters better.
Marilyn Schnepp 01/20/06
Regarding the rhyming...well, I was in the minority when it comes to the recent Poll about "Do poems need to rhyme?" - as most of my fellow writers voted "no". So, who am I to go against the majority - when here is one of those no rhythm type poems that my co-horts like. Thank you for sharing your "poetic words" with us and God BLess.
Nina Phillips01/22/06
I thought your story was intriging, and I do call it a story because it seems so to me, how ever you put it on paper. I think though that in order for us to get to know your charactors a little better, and understand more of your tale--twould be best to add a tad more detail. God bless ya, littlelight