The Official Writing Challenge
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01/23/06
What a poignant poem from a powerful story. Well done.
01/23/06
Clever ... I thought it was about me trying to wake up in the morning :)
Very imaginative. I have one question, though. Did you mean to use the word, "rabidly" to describe the disappearance of the dream, or "rapidly?" The latter would better describe what you are trying to say, I think.
A vivid and evocative poetic interpretation; I liked this very much. God bless
01/30/06
How did I miss this one during the week?!? Congrats on your great work and your win!
Excellent piece. Congrats on placing.
01/30/06
Beautiful. Even better on the second read- knowing who it's about. Congrats.
01/30/06
Congratulations. Wonderful work, Thomas. Lazarus! Who'd of thought. You kept that information back so skillfully. And yet it can be read on another level, too. Thank you, Yeggy
04/23/06
Hi Thomas.

I'm just preparing all the winning entries for inclusion in the FaithWriters' Anthology for last quarter, and need to get a short bio note from you (written in the third person), to include with our "Meet Our Authors" section. If you are at all unsure what to write, it may be worth checking some of the bio notes at the end of the articles at FaithWriters' Magazine (http://www.faithwritersmagazine.com). Once you have your bio note ready, could you please send it through to me at debporter@breathfreshair.org

Thanks for that. Look forward to hearing from you.

With love, Deb (Challenge Coordinator and Editor, FaithWriters' Magazine)