Name That Abstract #2 Winner, and New Poetry Challenge


The Name That Abstract #2 Winner is Fawn’s Paw, submitted by Stephen at the blog,  Life Revelation  Congratulations Stephen!  You can post it on your page if you like. 🙂

Fawn’s Paw
by Anne Sikes

Here is the link with all of the finalists listed:

Name That Abstract #2 Finalists

And now, part 2 of this post is that we will have a new poetry challenge based on this abstract!  Be sure that you title it “Fawn’s Paw”.  It can be any length or form that you would like.   You can post your poem below in the comments section of this post, or on your page, and then linked below in the comments here.  Be sure if you post it on your page to also include a link to this post in your own.  The deadline to submit a poem will be one week from today, again, at noon U.S. Central time.  I usually just make the deadline a few days, but am hoping extending the deadline will increase the participation.  I’ve seen several of you seem to like these posts, but not many of you have participated!  Come on and join the fun! 🙂

I hope to see several poems!  Here’s mine to start you off…an acrostic as I seem to gravitate to so often.  Mine of course is not an entry…just for fun.  The Name That Abstract #3 will be coming up next!

Fawn’s Paw
by Anne Sikes

Fragile

                As a

                                Winter’s

                                                Night

                                                                Stepping

                                                                                Politely

                                                                                                And

                                                                                                                Wistfully

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About Anne Sikes

"But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us." (2 Cor. 4:7) Sharing the journey through daily thoughts and struggles, examination of Scripture, poetry, music and art.
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6 Responses to Name That Abstract #2 Winner, and New Poetry Challenge

  1. Are you people crazy???…although Fawn’s Paw is kind of a cool name 🙂 I had seen a fawn, while out with the wild and goofy dogs, and then once I arrived at the office I saw this contest…hence the name…in case you all were wondering how genius originates…lol.

    Thanks you…thank you…thank you…I really should thank my manager and producer and director…but the truth is…without all you people out there voting…I would be nothing…gosh this is fun…lol.

    Thanks Anne and have a great week.

    Be encouraged!

  2. Anne Sikes says:

    Reblogged this on My Life Uncut…Almost and commented:

    No entries are in yet for the poetry contest, so I’m reblogging this. Tomorrow at noon U.S. central (a little less than 20 hours from now as I post this) is the deadline to get your poems in.

  3. Here’s an attempt:
    FAWN’S PAW

    Mother deer looked around
    And didn’t hear a thing,
    She walked and ran
    And tried to scan
    The forest she was in
    But n’ere a sound did hear,
    And so she did trod on
    Looking for her fawn.
    At last she looked
    And behold she saw
    An imprint of fawn’s paw,
    She followed the scent,
    And before too long
    Her fawn was there
    It was with HER all along.

  4. Pingback: Winners: Poetry Challenge and Name That Abstract #3 | My Life Uncut…Almost

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