The Official Writing Challenge
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I loved this poem! It could be a cute child's story, somewhat in a Dr. Seuss way. The illustrations sure would be fun!
11/26/09
Loved this cheerful, playful poem! Good job!
11/26/09
Loved it! Great mind pix.
What a darling poem! You covered all the bases and I found myself tapping out the meter on my desk. Oh I wish someone would volunteer to illustrate this, yes in a Dr. Seuss manner, or anything that is adorable and makes children laugh with joy. This is a winner or my keen sense of what's extraordinary is way off! I don't think so! I'll look for you in the winner's circle, high on the list!
11/28/09
What a thought! I love how you so cleverly posed each question, then gave possibilites to ponder! Great work!!
11/30/09
Adorable, cheery poem. Seems we had a similar thing on the mind for this topic...:-) Loved the mood of your entry.
11/30/09
What fun this is! I was picturing each color of the orange and wondering to myself, "Would I?" :-)
12/01/09
Enjoyed you poem very much. Colin
12/02/09
Any poem that rhymes 'anemic' and 'hypoglycemic' is pretty much perfect, in my book.
12/02/09
You just blow me away with your thinking in poems like this one. Fun and well-written with something to think about...and a praise for God as well.

mona
12/02/09
Great poem! I love this rhyme:
"And if the orange was pure white,
Would it appear anemic?
Then with low sugar content, might
It be hypoglycemic?"

12/02/09
Since you asked, it did bother me when read this poem that you used "wasn't". I almost commented on it, but let it go - poetic license and all, ya know. ;)
12/10/09
Truly great job! My grandchildren would love this!