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Previous Challenge Entry
Topic: TEARS - (as in crying) (10/04/04)

TITLE: Like Tylenol or Bayer
By Monique Fox
10/04/04

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There use to be liars, cheaters, and atheists
In my life who caused me
Tears, pain and anxiety.

God saw my misery.
God heard my prayer.
God eased my pain like Tylenol or Bayer.

With Godís help I had the strength you see
To get rid of the negativity.
I was able to separate myself from that which is not heavenly.
Now I am living a life of tranquility.


I have heard your prayer, I have seen your tears; behold, I will heal you. ~ 2 Kings 20:5~


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Lynda Lee Schab 10/11/04
Monique,
What a great title and a great message!
If only it was longer to qualify for the editor's choice awards.
Blessings, Lynda
darlene hight10/11/04
Nice piece!
Teresa Lee Rainey10/11/04
Enjoyed the title and the poem...wishing it were longer.
Phyllis Inniss 10/11/04
It is so great when God heals our pain. The liars and cheats become a dim past. Blessings.
addie mattern10/11/04
I truly enjoyed this piece. It's a topic I feel pretty strongly on, isolating all the bad and hatred, finding God, and living a life devoted to Him no matter what people say or do. And you were able to say so much in such a little space. Very good!
Norma OGrady10/12/04
I enjoyed you poem
good writing
Yeshua bless
Norma
Deborah Porter 10/12/04
Monique, I agree with Lynda. It's a lovely little poem, but it's definitely under the word count limit and had to be disqualified (again). With love, Deb
Corinne Smelker 10/12/04
I loved the last stanza of your poem - very strong and evocative.

I think you could have expanded the first stanza slightly, this would also have brought you up to the word count.

Apart from that, this is a lovely piece
L.M. Lee10/15/04
Couldn't agree more...God is good for all our aches!
Rose Gingerich10/16/04
Monique,
Great piece, Short, but very sweet. Too bad it isn't long enough to qualify for the editor's choice award.
Blessings,
Rose
Rita Garcia10/19/04
Monique, You have a special gift. I enjoyed your writing style on your personal profile page. Keep writing as God directs. Love in Him, Rita