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05/31/07
Rather wordy, but not bad. Sometimes that's the way deliverance/salvation comes: at the nick of time, when all hope is lost. Thank God I'm found!
05/31/07
Rather wordy, but not bad. Sometimes that's the way deliverance/salvation comes: at the nick of time, when all hope is lost. Thank God I'm found!
06/01/07
As soon as I started to read this, the old poem about the Highwayman came to mind: this feels like the same meter.

In any case, this is really good, though I would have liked a little emphasis on the "dark side." Good work.
A great ending with promise to your narrative!
06/04/07
Wonderful!
06/05/07
This is pretty interesting. I was so glad that she was 'rescued' in the end though. It was a little confusing in the beginning, but smoothed out some at the end.
06/06/07
I like the repetition and the drama presented in your poem; the Lord rescues the soul even in the middle of trouble.
06/07/07
This scored high on my judging card Purity -- it was really deep in its presentation of the freedom Christ brings, no matter how imprisoned one thinks one is.