Contest Vote For Final Words

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11 votes Thank You, Father. by Tootie
6 votes Check, Mate! by Dean Kuch
5 votes Last Words by Chris Davies
3 votes Gotta Go by Denise J Tidwell
3 votes Maybe ? by zanya
2 votes Death or Birth by Alain Trottier
1 Vote Until We Meet Again by moonsunrise

Comments For Thank You, Father. by Tootie

A heart wrenching entry.

What an awesome, but poignant, contest entry, Mystery Author.

Awesome way to depart this world knowing Jesus is there to receive my spirit.

"AWESOME!" The only word to offer up admiration, gratitude, and respect for the message you send out. The words knocked on the door of my heart. Indeed heart-wrenching!

Comments For Last Words by Chris Davies

there are several sad, real life accounts, but as a fiction writer, I liked this the best - understated last words! good ending.

Excellent surprise ending

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Introducing Life Through Poetry and Art. Enjoy poetry reflecting the highs and lows of life, but ultimately seeing the light in every situation.

Having experienced tough challenges and learning to bounce back from life’s inevitable setbacks, she desires to share hopefulness, even when it seems that all is lost.

These poems are about a life’s journey through self-evaluation, seeing oneself in a positive space while asserting self-empowerment, growth and acceptance of the “new you”. The author also points out that it is important to identify negative energy, deflect them in their path, and forge ahead to the best part of oneself while embracing the beauty of art and poetry.

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