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Previous Challenge Entry
Topic: Fishing (06/07/04)

TITLE: Fishers of God
By Karen O'Leary
06/13/04

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Fishers of food
Fishers of men
Each called by God
for life-giving roles
One feeds the body
the other the soul
Both sharing their gifts
so others may thrive
Each living their lives
as God so designed


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Member Date
Juanita Pittman-Brown06/14/04
Lovely thoughts...It always amazes me how so much can be said often with a few words of mighty means...Thank you and God bless...Juanita Pittman-Brown
Karen Treharne06/14/04
Loved it, loved it. I have much respect for this type of writing/poetry(?). Well done.
Deborah Porter 06/15/04
Hello Karen and welcome to FaithWriters. I hope you'll really enjoy your time here and will look forward to reading more of your work in the future.

This was a lovely little poem with a simple little message. You may not have been aware that the minimum word count for the challenge is 150 (750 maximum). Keeping above and under those limits is part of the challenge (believe me, I know!) ;-) But this was a delightful little piece all the same. With love, Deb
L.M. Lee06/15/04
good comparisons to the importance of fishing.
Lynne Gaunt06/15/04
Great little poem. Right to the point, and such a valuable message. Thanks.
Melanie Kerr 06/17/04
Lovely poem. it was simple and yet profound.