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thanks! My teacher was very effusive about the chalk poem. A girl and her horse is always a great start...
what a creative apology... i may steal it for a story he he .
Randi Benlulu says
awesome. The mixed emotions of being hauled in front of an audience is a familiar feeling...
Martie Coetser says
Awesome titles Martie.. you always knew how to capture the readers attention and curiosity.
William E Krill Jr says
you should find it and publish it!
A great start!
Not much has changed Mickey Sr.. that wry humour, the clever rhyme and the 'twist' ending that shocks but gradually gives us a smile...
And therein starts a life of creative storytelling... Fantastic!
Daisy Mariposa says
awesome. Must have been a special moment.
Rod Martin Jr says
wow. Isn't it amazing ( and slightly annoying) when something we imagined years ago crops up in someone else's creative space years later...
Denise Handlon says
it's always a nice experience to be recognised early and the confidence boost it gives to pursue the passion of writing... I remember the O Henry conversation. I too can never forget the Gift of Magi... the sheer beauty of that ending.
Jose Juan Gutierrez says
the immersive experience of capturing what we experience is a great training ground for writing...
A.E. Williams says
Beata Stasak says
what a beautiful poem ... it still works...
Gary R. Smith says
A great experience and memory. A profound thought expressed in those words too... A born talent!
from little acorns...
Lisa Brown says
Prajwal Kharel says
Always nice to get one's first work recognised... Well done!
Deepak Chaturvedi says
I too remember learning new words and using them till they wear out!