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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Spring (as in the season) (11/28/05)

TITLE: Spring Darts & Laurels
By Ian Dennison
11/28/05


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Spring may be just around the corner soon or sooner than you think. What brings us out our doldrums better than thoughts of the glories of Spring? What about early Spring weather? Blue skies and warmer breezes seem to melt away wintry woes. And yet we must have patience for the beauty of Spring to bloom like the fragrance of lilacs in the winds. Who has seen the best colours of that blossoming season? Perhaps we all have. But what about the travel-weary hitchhiker of the Springtime who must watch for unpredictable weather conditions and that he won't slip on foot? New joys occur in the Spring as life is renewed once again. But sometimes we need time to heals our wounds of winter before jumping into new rituals in the rejuvenation season. And not often do we have enough time, especially as more sunlight and sorrows seem to go hand-in-hand. Spring on, oh life! And may you see many more tomorrows as bright as Springtime...dear readers.


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c clemons12/05/05
Not sure where you're going with this commentary. I'm not sure how the title works in either keep writing and remember the reader wants to understand what you're trying to get across.
Jan Ackerson 12/07/05
In a paragraph this size, so many questions leave the reader frustrated. Consider re-working this; there's plenty of encouragement here.
Jesus Puppy 12/07/05
Expand upon this for a later work in the devotionals. Remember to separate the thought lines with spacing, and continue each thought a little more. It was a good read, and thought provoking. Just needs a Little more.