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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Obedience (01/31/05)

TITLE: Decide
By Judy Anderson
02/04/05


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OBEDIENCE:
That which our:
Sin destroys
Life distracts
Culture disdains
Work divides
Parents discuss
Children dismiss
Conscience disturbs
Body discards
Soul deepens
Bible discerns
Spirit divines
Love defers
Lord desires
God demands
And so we must decide


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Deborah Bauers02/07/05
Sometimes few really is better, isn't it? You have said so much, so succinctly! Great writing!
Joanne Malley02/08/05
Well put in a creative way. Joanne :)
Phyllis Inniss 02/10/05
I love this poem. It's so original and stating so much truth. Great job.
Deborah Porter 02/16/05
Judy, this was a very good poem and I was so disappointed that it had to be disqualified. Our word count limits for entries are 150 minimum and 750 maximum. This is to try and keep things fair for both poetry and prose writers, as well as ensure that we have material for the book that will take up a certain amount of space (it would be a very short book if all eight Editors' Choice Winners had only written 50 word pieces). Your entry came in at just 37 words, so in the future, all you have to do is include an introductory paragraph (other than just adding in a scripture) to make sure you have the word count covered. With love, Deb (Challenge Co-ordinator)