The Official Writing Challenge
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Wow. Powerful. Very eloquently written.
Amy is right - absolutely eloquent, and what a wonderful image. Poignant. Thank you SO much for sharing.
Wow, this is magnificent! Powerful!
Now this is the reason I came back. Your entry is risky, creative, pregnant with purpose and just hand clappin' good. Great job, Pat. You drew me in further to a point of ministry in a few words than some I have read with 1500.
Missed ya, friend. Great stuff. God bless.
This is stunningly beautiful prose with a bold message. Two thumbs up.
Oh my goodness... you packed so much power into so few words. You should get this published.
Very well written and powerful. Great job
Proof that good things come in small packages. What a great piece! You're too good, Pat, and I am green with envy! Kudos, my friend!
Wow. When I first saw this, I didn't think that there were going to be enough words on the page, but you packed in so much with so few words.

I'm going to go back and read this again, because I want to marvel at the eloquence of this piece.
Very poetic. This almost sounded like "The Song of Solomon." Very creative...Blessings!...Helen
I came back online just to read this again so I thought I'd leave another comment. This is something I could so easily have written, Pat, but I could never have put this much emotion in it.Its a keeper and I've put it in my favorite places because there are so many mothers I want to share this with. Hugs,my friend. ((((Pat))))
Pat, you should have had a Kleenex warning stamped into your brick. This is so beautifully written from the very depths of the heart.
The longing to be reunited is very real in this, Pat. Very tender and heart wrenching, but that light of Hope at the end is such a lovely promise.