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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Encouragement (among believers) (11/08/07)

TITLE: HIS WORDS LIVE ON
By Patricia Williams
11/15/07


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HIS WORDS LIVE ON


Id create a world where peace abounds
Where music and laughter forms most of the sounds.

Id let its beauty shine everywhere,
From the face of its people it would share.

The excitement of living where everyone cared,
Where the hunger for living filled the air.

I think it would be a heaven on earth,
All the work I could give it would make it of worth.

A beautiful day, a beautiful home, a bright future with many dreams and in a split moment they all became obsolete. Death destroyed the future, darkened the day and surpressed the dream.

Youth at its height yielded to an end, but the poem lives on. The thoughts of his poem shall never die.

A tall thin blonde boy with words and a unigue gift of verbalizing heart felt experiences, thus sharing himself with others.

His dream to be a writer which he was, I read and laugh , how good it feels.


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Jan Ackerson 11/16/07
Oh dear, how sad and touching! I'd love to know more of this story.

Joanne Sher 11/17/07
Much to ponder here. I'd love to hear more. Keep writing!