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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Friendship (04/04/05)

TITLE: FRIENDS ARE LIKE JEWELRY
By Monique Fox
04/05/05


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FRIENDS ARE LIKE JEWELRY


Friends are like jewelry
That compliments your life
That adds something extra to you
Just like rings, brooches, and bracelets
Friends are caring, giving, understanding, and emotional outlets
That give your life meaning
That makes your life shine
Thanks for being a friend of mine


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Leticia Caroccio04/11/05
"Friends are like jewelry" - what a great analogy. Good job on the subject.
Delores Baber04/11/05
I like that. Friends are the extra that completes our ensemble' The sparkle in our couture'. You said a lot in a little space.
Deborah Porter 04/12/05
Monique, once again, your entry has had to be disqualified due to word count. The minimum is 150 words. I've also just written to the judges and advised them to disqualify your Anniversary entry for the same reason. I know you know the rules, and they are there for a reason. Your entry here is only 45 words. Your entry for "anniversary" is only 37. At this point in time, with the Challenge as it is, and the need to have winning entries that are at least 150 words long (because they have to go into a book and need to fill a certain amount of space) there is no option but to disqualify any entry that is under the minimum word count. We do allow a bit of leeway, but definitely not over 100 words. That's not fair on anyone else. With love, Deb