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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Walk (07/20/06)

TITLE: WALK (i)
By DeWayne Bricker
07/20/06


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WALK


He walked on the shore of Galilee
He called two brothers
Then, He called me

Come with Me
Be My friend
And Iíll make you fishers of men

He walked on sand
He walked on see
He took my hand and walks with me

The blind now see
The dumb now talk
The maimed are whole and the lame now walk

Walk in My ways
Abide in Me
Drop your chains and be thou free

From place to place
He did walk
To every heart that head Him talk

The Pharisee
And men of God
Upon their religion He did trod

He stood on a mountain
And conferred with God
Then stepped into this filthy sod

He walked Golgotha
A cross on his back
With bleeding flesh withstood the attack

He could have simply
Walked away
But on the cross chose to stay

On streets of gold
Heíll never part
To forever walk within my heart


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Valerie Routhieaux07/27/06
This was a delight to read. Watch words that sound alike but are spelled differently, and have a different meaning. You have the cadence of this down very well. I have never seen a three line poem before. Very different. Keep writing
Del Gibbs07/28/06
I have never developed an appreciation for poetry but I really enjoyed this piece. There are a couple of misspells you may want to correct if you publish this elsewhere. "See" should be "sea" and "head" should be "heard." Keep up the good work!
Joanne Sher 07/28/06
Not much of a poetry person, but I really enjoyed this - it flowed quite nicely, and other than the spelling errors mentioned before, I couldn't really find any suggestions for you! Nice job!