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Author Name: Freemom11159 13 Comments
Date Added: August 14, 2005 14:08:33 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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A Fawns Miracle

It is hunting season in the mist of beauty and delight
In the thick of the trees, sounds of shooting, deer run in fright
Some grow weak from downtrodden, are taken by man
Others desperately search for safety somewhere in their land

A little fawn tumbles in fear, mother lost to the hunters dance
Not knowing where to go, suddenly, a light from his side way glance
He stumbles up on his feet, so confused, sadden and in fear
Heads toward the light with wonder, unaware of what is near

Hope in his little heart as he runs into a horrible surprise
Headlights in his face, breaks squeal to his near demise
As he opens his heavy eyes, breathless and so unaware
Unable to move he shivers, to taillights of someone who cares

This angel who was approaching the near dead fawn
Was speaking to him with a soft voice as she put him on the lawn
She spoke to him with love, made him feel so safe
Hold on there beautiful baby I will help you find your place

He could feel his heartbeat grow weak as she stroked his little head
With tears in her eyes she spoke to God, this is what she said
Please lord it is my desire to save your wonderful creation
Give him breath, heal him please, it is not his destination

Her tears fell on his face, warmth he could feel once more
His breath along with his heartbeat, strong like it was before
Strength was back in him, to his feet he did arise
He kissed the beautiful angel, for she saved him from demise

He headed for the woods, then suddenly he veered
He turned to look again, the angel disappeared
Saddened once more alone again was he
The horrifying noises gone, now silence, how could this be

He entered in the woods his mother alive back on her feet
Happily he trotted to her, his heart just skipped a beat
Not only did the angel save him, from something bad
But all was back to normal in his home with mom and dad!!

Author's Notes:

Another Word Band words from Hiddendragon these were definately more of a chanllenge

Downtrodden

Taillights
Surprise
Breathless--

Sideways glance
Desire
Wonder
Soft voice
Heartbeat
Destination

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Comments:
Comment By: FreeMoon Fairy on July 20, 2008 07:34:55 PM Report
Wow, very awesome word bank poem...these were real popular for awhile.
Wonderful write!
~Tracie

Comment By: FreeLady Literary on June 12, 2008 11:05:45 AM Report
Ok...SO the tears are streaming down my cheeks. I live in an area where there are deer in my yard all the time. We hear the sounds of guns..way too close for comfort. Population control, my foot. Thank you for writing such a heartwarming and "Happy Ending" story...

 

Keep writing!

Lit

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on June 4, 2008 08:34:41 AM Report
Cathy,
How in the world did I miss this ..??
Your so great with bank words and such a story..Always a pleasure dear heart... hugs ~ She Whispers

Comment By: FreeMichael Drivas on September 1, 2005 12:51:59 PM Report
Cathy it's "MAGIC" I can't say anymore then that.
Thank you for this one, i mean that!

I could never be a hunter and this is why! Thanks for the words... This should ne sent to all the young Hunters to come and maybe after they read it, they will have a change on mind.
Comment By: FreeJeff on August 29, 2005 02:04:26 PM Report
Cathy,
this truly an excellent poem.
Perfectly written

Jeff
Comment By: on August 21, 2005 08:42:50 AM Report
You seem to be good at this word bank.
Nice job.
Muskrat
Comment By: FreeCynthia Jones on August 18, 2005 12:14:57 PM Report
What a warm, heart touching write Cathy. Enjoyed this immensely. *S* Wind Whisperer
Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on August 18, 2005 11:42:35 AM Report
Incredible Cathy, the word bank and the story are awesome, Joe
Comment By: Freehiddendragon on August 17, 2005 09:15:22 PM Report
Wonderful Cathy!

This is heart touching and heart warming :o)
Sigh...
I love this beautiful write...very sweet. :o)

Best wishes,
Dragon~
Comment By: FreeGlata on August 16, 2005 08:26:32 AM Report
wow, these wordbanks seem to be VERY popular! You did a beautiful job with this one!
Hugs...
glata
Comment By: FreeWilliamGoldenpen on August 15, 2005 03:44:09 PM Report
Oh man, this was a tear jerker!! A beautiful story and so vivid. Excellent write Lady.

William.
Comment By: Freetom on August 14, 2005 06:11:40 PM Report
beautiful and wonderful poem Cathy the baby fawn is te prettiest lilttle animal of the forest, did you know a baby fawn will stay unmoving where its mother places them while she goes looking for food.
hugs kisses
tom
Comment By: FreeLost In Translation on August 14, 2005 04:00:15 PM Report
Good job...excellent write. :) ~LiT




 


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