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Daisy Mariposa says
awesome. Must have been a special moment.
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...
A.E. Williams says
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you should find it and publish it!
Martie Coetser says
Awesome titles Martie.. you always knew how to capture the readers attention and curiosity.
Not much has changed Mickey Sr.. that wry humour, the clever rhyme and the 'twist' ending that shocks but gradually gives us a smile...
Gary R. Smith says
A great experience and memory. A profound thought expressed in those words too... A born talent!
William E Krill Jr says
Jose Juan Gutierrez says
the immersive experience of capturing what we experience is a great training ground for writing...
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.
And therein starts a life of creative storytelling... Fantastic!
Beata Stasak says
what a beautiful poem ... it still works...
I too remember learning new words and using them till they wear out!
A great start!
Lisa Brown says
from little acorns...
Deepak Chaturvedi says
Prajwal Kharel says
Always nice to get one's first work recognised... Well done!