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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Christmas (04/25/05)

TITLE: Christ-mass
By Helga Doermer
04/26/05


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Musings on the meaning of Christmas
Drawing on Luke 1:30, 35, 1 Corinthians 12:12, 27; 13:13, Ephesians 4:2-4


Christ-mass
Mass of humanity
Celebrate in sanctuary
Everlasting Christ child
Seeded by whole Spirit
Born of chosen Womb-man

Christ-mass
Mass of faithful
Embody the Christ
Through Spirit gifts
Witness to the world
Hope, love, peace & joy . . .

Christ-mass
Incarnation of love
Through Spirit of faith
Bears message of peace
Births a hallowed hope
Holy mass united in Christ.


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donna robinson05/05/05
reads like a hymn--could hear the choir!
Leticia Caroccio05/06/05
Short, sweet and to the point. Yes, I could hear the music. Your poem had a lyrical style. I enjoyed it.
Deborah Porter 05/09/05
Helga, this was a really fascinating read. Some of your word useage made me go back and re-read some lines for the enjoyment. I hope you'll keep entering the Challenge. Unfortunately, this entry (at just 79 words) was way under the minimum word count allowed and had to be disqualified. I'm sorry. You aren't the first person to miss the guidelines about word count, so don't feel bad about it. We have several miss them every week. It's 150 words minimum and 750 words maximum. With love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)
Val Clark05/10/05
Very evocative piece, love the way you loaded the words 'whole spirit'.