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

TITLE: Tear Tracks
By Al Boyce
10/06/04

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The Word
Love
Paradise
Knowledge
Sin
...
Tears

Brothers
Murder
Wickedness
Flood
...
Tears --> Rainbow

Promises
Isaac and Ishmael
Sodom and Gomorrah
...
Tears

Bondage
Burning bush
Miracles
Deliverance
Idolatry
...
Tears

Wandering
Tumbling walls
Promised land
Judges
Idolatry
...
Tears

Giant slayer
Beloved of God
Adulterer
Punishment
...
Tears

Wisdom
Kings
Days of Elijah
Temple of God
Chasing the wind
...
Tears

Prophecy
Idolatry
Alas Jerusalem!
...
Tears

The word made flesh
Baptism
Miracles
Betrayal
Death
...
Tears

Resurrection
Rejoicing
Two by two
Salvation
Sanctification
The Church
The Martyrs
...
Tears

The scrolls
Tribulations
The Lamb
Judgement
...
Tears

Fear and Trembling
Pardon
Mercy
Grace
...
No more tears

117 words
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1 WORD


Member Comments
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darlene hight10/11/04
Great promise!
Lynda Lee Schab 10/11/04
Al,
Very unique! Different from your usual...I enjoyed it very much! Too bad you couldn't quite make it to 150 words - Were you getting Deb back for something? You know how she feels about word count - LOL
Great poem!
Blessings, Lynda
Lucian Thompson10/11/04
Very unique, Al. The message was loud and clear. Donít hit him, Deb! Those were powerful 117 words!
Al Boyce10/11/04
I don't usually comment on my own articles but yes, this one is very odd. I really didn't want to submit it and still don't "like" it. I'd really like to know why I felt God wanted it here.
Kristin Slavik10/11/04
Al,
Often when I don't love my own work, I find that it is very powerful to someone else. I beleive God had someone in particular in mind when you wrote this. Nice effort!
Kristin
Joanne Malley10/13/04
Al,
It may be different, but I think it can speak to us all.
Joanne
L.M. Lee10/15/04
what a unique way to see how tears tie the Bible stories together.
Glenda Lagerstedt10/16/04
Very clever piece of work!
Blantina Jones10/17/04
Nicely done!