The Official Writing Challenge
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11/08/05
Thought-provoking, and extremely well-written.
Definitely an interesting and out of the box take on the topic! Well written! Thanks for sharing.
11/10/05
What an imagination and great story.. thank you for sharing.. djdeb
This was well written and kept my interest in the unusual storyline. The line,“Oh, Wakan Tanka, hear my cry." left me curious. What exactly is the meaning of this name? Good job overall.
11/10/05
You wrote this very well. I could see the story as it progressed. Thanks!
11/10/05
Well written -kind of reminds me of the part in Acts with the people praying to an "unknown god" and they wree told about the true God.
11/10/05
Really loved your originality and obvious insight. You presented the characters and traditions with authority. Terrific job showing us Eagle Fox's soul!
11/10/05
Great story! I found it fascinating from a historical perspective, as well as from a Christian viewpoint. Well done!
11/13/05
I'm with Jeff. This is a really creative and intriguing entry. You took me on a wonderful cross cultural journey in which the Master still remained central. Well done. Yeggy
11/17/05
Excellent Write! I agree with the rest. Very enjoyable, ““Ai ya ya ya, Ai ya ya ya,” they vocalized loud and strong, one high note followed by
three lower sounds. They sang and danced in a circle, surrounding the young couple
holding a baby.”- Got me singing along too*_*