Ardent Author’s Writing Challenge #4

Hello there!












I hope you’re not too tired of reading these posts, although I really enjoy writing them! Hopefully I’ll be able to help you feel excited that you’re going to read my story or that you’re happy you read my story.

Let’s just start and see what happens ๐Ÿ™‚

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Prompt count: 1

Photo count:ย 12

Total points:ย 26

Birthday Party


Upon the arrival of the children
Is something you must learn
All these shoes and bags in a mess
To get them, they must be hard to access




To the court they go
Running with a glow
On their happy faces
The ball they must chase


Now’s the time for unwinding
Eating, drinking, relaxing
After the intense work out
They are tired, without a doubt


Two birthday cakes
One is chilled, the other needs to be baked
One for the elder
One for the younger


Ghost stories they tell
After a movie as well
Some are too confusing
It really is puzzling

While the children slumber
A man watches from the corner
He guards them all through the night
And is still there when it becomes light

He is there but you do not see Him
He is there but you do not hear Him
He is there but you do not feel Him
He is there and you just know it’s Him


They play another game of football
Until it’s too hot to even crawl
The children play venom
About ten children make up the sum


All good things must come to an end
A mother has many children to send
Goodbye! Goodbye! Come again next year!
Goodbye! Goodbye! Everyone cheers

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This poem is illustrating my brother and I’s birthday party last year. Sorry for the quality of some of them! ๐Ÿ˜ฆ I’ll try to get better photos in the future (that don’t reveal too much of our faces)

If you’re confused about the man who stood in the corner watching them part, I was referring to God ๐Ÿ˜‰

This is the most points I’ve ever gained for any competition I’ve ever been in, and I’m pretty proud of it! ๐Ÿ˜€

Did you get my meaning about the man in the corner?

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