Contest Vote For Write a Rictameter

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10 votes Seasons of Writing by JennaG
6 votes Children by Susan Burger
4 votes Time Does Heal by Michael Steinert
3 votes The Symbol by Ogden
3 votes Robins' tryst by zanya
3 votes Mature love by rjuselius
3 votes Farewell, Sister by Mrs. KT
3 votes Be Still by Jo-Anne Hemming
2 votes In Spring by K.E. Edwards
1 Vote April's Fools by sandy montgomery
1 Vote Don't panic by ameen786

Comments For Children by Susan Burger

So true. There is no hate until it is taught.

Comments For Time Does Heal by Michael Steinert

Provides a powerful message on personal healing

Comments For Be Still by Jo-Anne Hemming

Best flow, intriguing theme, moving.

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