The Official Writing Challenge
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I really liked the "homey" talk here. Presented like it was yesterday. Very good examples from your memory chest!

A bit of advice: bone up on contractions and punctuation, as in "you're" instead of "your", and commas where you have placed periods.

Your writing reminded me of a favorite poet of old, Bud Rainey. Good down-to-earth writing! Keep it up!

Very well crafted. Nice flow. Good job.
You have a great poem that flows really well. Like someone else already said, you need to replace your periods with commas, but with that and a few other grammatical fixes, you'll have a great poem.