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November 19, 2010

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Jingle

what a brave and beautiful dare...
I grew up in developing country, no problem if one has dreams and sets one's mind to fulfill thses dreams vis hard work and diligence...

lovely piece for your girl,
way to go.
both of you are blessed and keep smiling.

Christopher

Lovely poem. The structure made it feel like a hard piercing stare. nice job!

JamieDedes

Kudos for the subject covered and both the writing and reading of your poem. Well done ...

Happy Rally!

The Reason You Come

Love the flow, words, and message. Gorgeous! I've read a couple of your other works. I'm impressed!

A.B. Thomas

A great flow and the subject matter is important; far too many girls, be it in emerging countries our "developed" countries, lack the self confidence to reach their full potential.

quietlaughter

powerful piece... it flows well, pushes me to accept the dare. well done!

Susan

JULIE, YOU HAVE OUTDONE YOURSELF. MY HEART IS STILL POUNDING. yOU DO NOT TALK AROUND THE EDGES. YOU 'DARE' TO DIVE IN...HEADLONG, HEADFIRST, HEART FIRST. SUSAN

haisley

It's a great poem julie...... I cannot help but to read it fast until the last line

Victoria

In my reading today I'm finding such wonderful use of repetition as a way of driving home a powerful message. Beautiful dares.

http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/jingles-poetry-rally-thanksgiving/

Jessica

Wondeful flow here and the message I totally agree with. Beautifully and passionately put across!

http://jessicasjapes.wordpress.com/2010/11/18/dark-severance/

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