The Official Writing Challenge
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11/07/09
Pure delight! Word choice, images, jokes, puns, and a wild ride! So creative!
11/07/09
This was so fun to read! I am very new to FW, but after reading the Forums, I have an idea of who this author is!
11/09/09
Brilliant! What great fun this was!
11/11/09
A Smorgasbord of content, creativity and entertainment. Enjoyed it much.
11/11/09
Ditto to all, I snickered all the way through.Keep it coming, Laughter is such good medicine.
11/11/09
You're simply the BEST at this kind of animal voice and characterization. Love the humor in this and I read it to Arlen, too. (: We love the dry chicken lips--what an image.
11/12/09
"They danced till eggs were scrambled" - all the little touches of humour throughout the poem made it a pleasure to read. There were times, however, when you sacrificed the rythmn for the rhyme. Very creative though!
11/12/09
Nice, Beth, very nice. Am grinning...beef stew for chicken soul...haha. so much fun stuff packed in here. congrats on the EC. ;)
11/12/09
CONGRATUALATIONS! This is so funny! I loved all the "chicken" words!
11/12/09
So glad this is in EC.I love it. Congratulations.
11/14/09
Just between me-nu, I thought it was brilliant. "Pork Soup for Chicken Soul" - is that a new one from Vark Mictor Hansen?
Anyone with negative comments about this entry would surely need to be "barn again!"
Well done (or make that medium rare!)
11/14/09
Oops, make that "Beef Stew - for Chicken Soul." I'm sorry, my 'misteak!"
11/18/09
ROFL. And then I pick myself up, read some more and roll again. This was a hoot! Love the characters you create. My favourite was "Beef Stew for Chicken's Soul." Too, too funny.
11/19/09
Wow, God have Blessed you in writing so many Wonderful Article I must read. I see so many Agree too.


And Thank you Beth for commenting on my article- The loss of Our Beloved Church Sister Evonne Bellamy.

God Bless
11/29/09
What a delightful, imaginative poem !
I kept laughing through the whole piece.
I am going to look for more of your talented articles.
11/30/09
Is LaBuff a descendant of Edward Lear? Thank God Beth is a female or we might have thought Lear did re-incarnate! A pretty conceptualization of a vivid immagination.
11/30/09
And if not a Lear, Beth must be next-of-kin to Rudyard Kipling. A pretty bunch of clowns!
12/15/09
Absolutely delightful! I'm like the rest...I have to have more of your writings!