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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Space (01/23/06)

TITLE: Dear Lord
By Allen Clupny
01/28/06


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Dear Lord,

Itís not that I donít love you,
I simply need my space.
You see, I have things to do
Iím in a human race.

Itís not that I donít need you,
Just not everyday.
I have a job, wife and kids
And bi-weekly I get paid.

Itís not that I donít hear you,
Iím with you once a week.
And on Christmas and on Easter
I think I heard you speak.

Itís not that I donít thank you,
So much fills my time.
And so far everyday has fit
Just like a lovely rhyme.

Itís not that I donít love you,
So Iíll see you in a week.
I look forward to hearing from you
If of course you speak.

Sincerely,
Luke Warm


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Marilyn Schnepp 01/31/06
The signature at the bottom of the letter tells it all! A creative way to wake up those who are relatives of Luke Warm. Nicely done!
Lynda Schultz 02/01/06
Ouch! But an excellent job.
Cheryl Harrison 02/02/06
Wow...this one speaks. Good job!
christine njihia02/06/06
quite real! a perfect mirror for most of us.good job.
Virginia Gorg02/06/06
A not-so-gentle reminder that lukewarm gets spit out of the mouth of God - nicely done.
Betsy Tacchella02/06/06
Great Poem, very creative. I loved how you signed it.
Sharon Singley02/08/06
This is awesome. I love it!