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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Passport (07/25/05)

TITLE: Open Door
By Vasyl Dmytriv
07/26/05


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Just let me in
I am the resident of this Kingdom
I may show to you my PASSPORT
Just le me in.

I have the rights to be a citizen
Because I became a legal citizen by the law
In Kingdom's principality that has own rules
And I would like to stand before the face of Ruler.

Let me in ... this pasport has a price
No transfer right, no duplication, no easy ways...
Just let me in ...
I want to see the King.

I chose this way ... because of kingdom's promises
I will live life of eternity
I presence of King's family.


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Debra Bowers08/01/05
This was well written, but gave me the impression that you were angry. Was that what you were going for? You do have talent and I would love to read more of your poetry.
Nina Phillips08/02/05
I get from this that you have faith in the promise of God. Just had to go over it again one more time. Nice entry. God bless ya, littlelight
Shari Armstrong 08/06/05
The title didn't seem to go with the poem -it seemed like the door was closed, and you had to ask to get it open?
Deborah Porter 08/08/05
Vasyl, I'm afraid this entry was too far under the minimum word count allowed for Challenge entries to be included in the judging for the Passport challenge. The minimum allowed is 150 words, and your entry came in at just 105. I am so sorry that you had to miss out, but we have the limits for a reason and need to enforce them to make it fair for everyone. I hope you'll keep entering the Challenge, but just keep the limits in mind when you do - 150 words minimum and 750 words maximum. With love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator)