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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Home for Christmas (11/20/08)

TITLE: Eternal Home
By Amanda Gray
11/27/08


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Hopeless
Ostracized
Marooned
Exiled
...Away from home for Christmas

Hand
Outstretched
Mercifully
Extending
...A welcoming home for Christmas

Hope
Offered
Message
Explained
...An eternal home for Christmas

Heart
Opened
Mystery
Embraced
...Of a heavenly home for eternity

Care for the
Hurt
Reach for the
Injured
Seek out the
Troubled
Meet the
Abandoned
Shepherd them
...Home for Christmas


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Marlene Austin11/28/08
Well expressed message. Stayed true to chosen form. Nice job. :)
Gregory Kane11/30/08
This is gentle but poignant. I thought the language in the last verse was a little simpler than in the rest of your poem and that you lost a little of your poetic force as a result. But even so a satisfying read.
Study some of the other poems particularly in Advanced and Masters to pick up some hints and tips on how to polish your work.