The Official Writing Challenge
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Very different, using two forms of poetry. It fit in very well together. Good job.
I loved this. Romantic, heartfelt and the back and forth between the two really worked.
This made me smile. I know so many in this position. I like the way you moved back and forth between the two in prayer, but the change in rhtym tripped me up--but that's just me. I liked the woman's prayer rhtym, but not the man's.
Delightful way to tell a story. I love her, his, their prayers.
I enjoyed the way you brought to life the feelings of the man and the woman. I think it works.
Beautiful poem which I can sympathize with, since I am still waiting to see what God's plans are for me...
I think this poem could be even more beautiful and heart-moving if you added more imagery.
Excellent job!
Congratulations, Tabiatha! Excellent job for first in advanced!
Congrats, my friend!! Am I counting right? Are you moving up??? Wonderful stuff, by the way!
I have to agree with Rhonda. I didn't care much for the man's voice. It could use some polishing. But I thoroughly enjoyed reading the woman's parts. Could even relate to them on a soul level. Congratulations on first place! This is truly a winning piece.
Congratulations. This is really beautiful. I am not a poetry person -- so the non-rhyming style is harder for me to read. It was interesting to see two different styles used in one piece. That takes quite a talent. Good job.