The Official Writing Challenge
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12/14/17
What a beautiful story that drew me in to Wai Puo's life and her joyful song. Keep writing. You showed here how Alzheimers can still bring life lessons.
12/15/17
A beautiful poem at the end of the story. My favorite line in the story: Wai-Puo's soprano [voice] caressed the silence with its delicate fingers. I liked the lyrical style of your writing.

Research has shown that people with Alzheimer's can still express feelings through singing when words have left them.
You put the poem together rather well after living your experience.

Great piece.
Congratulations on ranking 1st in your level and 16 overall. The highest rankings can be found on the message boards.
12/21/17
Congratulation on placing 1st in the Beginners level and moving up to the intermediate level and also placing 16th overall, Ann.

I see great potential in your writing and hope to read more.
12/28/17
Congratulations on winning the Quarterly contest, Ann.

I hope your holidays have been filled with joy.
02/05/18
Your story is beautiful and empathic beckoning the reader into your pain and your joy. I loved your poem - such imagery - a wonderful piece.
02/11/18
The poem unfolds so well.great work
Congratulations. I love your style of writing. It felt like I was there with you and your dear grandmother. God bless.