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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Flowers (10/03/05)

TITLE: Springtime
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10/05/05


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FLOWERS
WHEN SPRING IS IN THE AIR
FLOWERS BLOOM EVERYWHERE
GOD'S WONDEFUL GIFT TO ALL
SENDING FRAGRANCE EVERYWHERE
LOST DURING THE FROSTY FALL
WINTER BEING PUT BEHIND AND
NOW SPRING IS AGAIN IN THE AIR
FOR ALL TO SO JOYOUSLY SHARE
WONDERFUL THINGS GOD CAN DO
BRINGING BACK LIFE RENEWED
FOR ALL OF US TO JOYOUSLY VIEW
WITH THE BREATH OF SPRINGTIME
AND FRAGRANCE IN THE AIR
SPREADING BEAUTY EVERYWHERE


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Daniele Moskal10/10/05
A lovely poem; could have or should have been written without capitals though....far more pleasing to the readers eye. Always check for spelling mistakes before submitting, okay!
God bless love from JOHN3-34 Evangelist xxx
Juanita Pittman-Brown10/10/05
I like this very much...The heart speaks well what the spirit feels...
Jan Ackerson 10/11/05
There's a ery sweet lesson about rebirth here. A few hints: this falls below the minimum of 150 words, and the capital letters reslly are difficult for most readers. You do a fine job with rhyme, and with using repetition effectively. Keep writing!
Jan Ackerson 10/11/05
Good grief---I can't type today. The mystery words in that last comment were "very" and "really."
Melanie Kerr 10/13/05
Ditto - the comment about using capital letters, and ditto - the comment about expanding to poem to embrace all the seasons. The minimun word limit and poetry are never easy companions.