Contest Vote For 10 Word Poem
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|6 votes||Ten Words for Poets by elainec4|
|5 votes||Your Indecision by lyenochka|
|5 votes||Almost by Bichon|
|5 votes||The Past by Brigitte Elko|
|5 votes||Choose Love by ragerde|
|4 votes||Gone by joeruptak|
|4 votes||Monumental Molehills by DonandVicki|
|3 votes||Forgiveness a Must by IndigoLady|
|2 votes||Logging in by DALLAS01|
|1 Vote||Black Magic by HarryT|
|1 Vote||Can't have kids. by jenintorre|
|1 Vote||Why Do Lemmings Leap by BlueMarble|
|1 Vote||Let's Take Mr. Frost Man Mittens. by rhonnie69|
|No Votes||Black Eyes by Bridgee|
Comments For Logging in by DALLAS01
I like this ten-word post because in only ten words it has summed up most, if not all, the negatives of logging into those pain in the but, online invitations. We all have to be so careful that we do not allow our curiosities to trap us or lead us down that unnecessary road. There is also too many scam artists online. Great job!
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