|Reviews for A Child's Prayer|
| princess T.I25 2/27/11 . chapter 1
that's a very good poem! :)
| simpleplan13 2/26/11 . chapter 1
I liked the piece because it was really sweet. I thought you captured the tone of a child and what would be on a child's mind really well. The only thing is a lot of the rhymes seemed really forced, especially the part about the brother making her mad and the sheep/sleep at the end.
Again thanks for the reviews!
| Needa S 6/17/10 . chapter 1
Very cute. Awesome job as well. Write on and thanks for the kind review. God Bless.
| seredemia 6/16/10 . chapter 1
Hehe. I loved this. As always, I think you managed to successfully write like a child. I love how this jsut has that upbeat, naive mood to it. I also like how the child prayed for cute things like her teddy bear and her toys. That was just adorable...
| Dave500 6/15/10 . chapter 1
Wow, how did you find my poem, thank you. Your poem is very nice also, in fact i think it's better than mine.
It had been so long since i'd been on FP that it took me a couple minutes to remember my password (I had changed them all except this one) Anyway, good luck to you and keep writing
| The Jab 6/15/10 . chapter 1
Wow, that sounded like a legit prayer. Haha, it's got a really solid rhyme scheme. It was pretty cute too. I'm not someone who should really be judging poetry, but whateverr. Ha, it was good though :) I don't know how anyone could put down an adorable little blurb like this though.
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| K.O'Connor 6/15/10 . chapter 1
Cute! Touching & Beautiful poem ) Keep writing!
| JaffaFoose 6/15/10 . chapter 1
Aw... to infinity, and beyond.
This was absolutely adorable. I was grinning goofily through the entire thing. It reminds me of a kid I know, so much so that I was pictures him kneeling by his bed and saying this to God. I think we all know a precious little child who we could picture saying this. You capture the essence of childlike innocence BEAUTIFULLY.
Seriously, I can’t think of anything to complain about. You did a great job keeping your version in line with the first two lines of the real version.
I basically just loved this.