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Lost: One Small Child Named Ronee' *FICTION!!*
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I am STILL wondering how Ronee' managed to escape from my den and managed to wander all the way to Robert's den....LOL


Oh no! That little SCAMP!
I thought she had gone to camp!

But nooo...Ronee' wanted to play;
Better than that, she wanted to go away!

So she snuck on a boat, and she ended up at Robert's den,
And now her parents are frantic since I can't remember when!

She is wanderin' about, drinkin' rootbeer by the case (*not really*),
And I am ready to go after her, ready to start off a mad and vicious chase!

HOW did she get away? I would like to find the answer to that and more,
And if she doesn't get back soon, her little bottom is bound to get sore!

HOW am I gonna' explain this to her folks back home?
She isn't at her camp: she's done taken a vacation--alone!

Ended up on the ocean she did, now is havin' herself a fine ol' time,
But if her tummy starts hurtin', I'm NOT going to listen to her whine!


ronee' le-anne reaux is 10 1/2 years old (but looks considerably younger; she is small for her age). she has dark skin the color of sun-kissed honey, big, black eyes, and shoulder-length black hair that is feathered at the bangs and hanging loose in the back. her hair is wavy and vey thick in nature. last seen, she was wearing a bright sunflower-yellow teeshirt and black pants and brown loafers.

she is disabled: she walks on a pair of bright pink forearm (lofstrand) crutches and wears braces on her legs. she has juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and asthma and is allergic to beestings, penicillin (and all cillins), and peanuts. if exposed to any of these things, she can get very sick with an anaphylactic shock reaction in a matter of moments. she carries an "epi-pen" with her at all times. if ever she gets stung or eats anything with peanuts, follow the instructions on the epi-pen and give her an injection; then call for an ambulance IMMEDIATELY. she is also on medications for her arthritis and is currently under a doctor's care.

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Reviewed by Katharine Sparrow
Such a delightful character, who you write about convincingly. The piece is bubbly and funny - a characteristic that I see you carry through many of your pieces! Made me smile.
Reviewed by John Domino
Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath

"Lost: One Small Child Named Ronee' *FICTION!!"

Construction and execution right on point with this write.

Excellent penning Karen!

You are the greatest at these narrative type fictions.

Continued blessings of love, peace, and joy to you friend,

From the Heart of an Artist Quiet Storm

Reviewed by Ronald Hull
So real it's sureal. Poignant write.

So enjoyed the Indian Summer of my beloved northwoods Wisconsin. With his collar, Dad is up, breathing on his own, talking, and exercising. His sores are healing, and, with time, he may do more than hang on again.

Reviewed by Seth Mullins (Reader)
I really appreciate the compassion that is evident in all your poetry...and, I should add, you seem to compose and rhyme so effortlessly. This one just chugs along like a freight train, and then suddenly there is the prose section which brings the sobering reality and tugs at the heart's empathy. Well done.
Reviewed by P. Michaels
Is this the Ronee whose's having a hip operation? Cute free verse. Hope she makes out okay.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
Cute one, Karen.
She's taken on her own personality.

Reviewed by Sandie Angel
Wonderful delightful fun read. Karen, you do this so well.

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Barbara Terry
ok sis, this is very good. I didn't know that she had wandered about. Is it safe for a 10˝ year old girl to be by herself??? Lovely write sis, I enjoy the Ronee stories very much, it's just that I haven't been feeling all that well lately. I'll climb back up. But right now tho, poems seem to be all I can really handle. Thnx so much for sharing. May the Lord Jesus bless you and Karla, and all of those whom you love, and be with you always, and at your side constantly. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((MANY SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), your little sister, Barbie

"If I have to be this girl in me, Then I may as well be."
Reviewed by Cynthia Castle

What a delightful story! Ronee' is a remarkable child who doesn't let her "handicap" get in her way! Your imagination and creativity are stunning! Enjoyed this greatly! Thank you for sharing your talent.

Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
This was sweet and so cute! Missed her!

Reviewed by Huda Orfali
Very touching my friend
love and peace
Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi
Lovingly described and very sweetly done.
Reviewed by Iva Lawson
I love this. Despite the child having special needs, this work reminds us that she's still just a kid who likes doing kid things. Eye opening and mind bending.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Great immagination, Karen, to come up with this little semi-scare-the-hell-out-of-everone. LOL Really, a good exercise in the daily occurance somewhere of a child missing. Good.
Reviewed by Regina Pounds
This is delightfully imaginative, Karen! Yet realistic, as well. Your writing does your tornado name justice. You whirl your reader into the heart of your idea.

Great idea well executed!
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
superb write Karen..really well never disappoint! Thankyou!

Reviewed by Faye Enno (Reader)
Excellent poem, Karen!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
You use your gift of imagination to maximum expression and sharing, Karen. Merci. Amour et paix. Ton ami de la C-B. Régis
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
super excellent poeming Karen, truly. G
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
These are endearing and captivating stories, Karen and I would love to see you continue them... if you are revisiting them now, perhaps you DO have this in mind?! It would be well-worth it! You bring Ronee alive and through her we could perhaps gain insight and understanding as to her "condition" and her perspectives on life. She has such youthful vibrancy, we could all learn and receive much from her... like her "creator", perhaps?! WTG Ronee!! The weaving in of the French is delightful and adds a sparkle, too.! TY Kate xx
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain

"Ronee" in poetic verse - superb!! Very unique!!

Best to you,

Reviewed by Henry Lefevre
How sad for the scap
You say she broke camp?
Is it gramp's camp
That's hiding the scamp?
Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington
She sounds charming and so full of life. Lovable!
Reviewed by Sarah Tagert
Oh My! How did this happen?
Reviewed by A PAX
Oh this little one has spirit!
Reviewed by Christine Morell
Beautifully done and so touching. Excellent, karen
~Chrissie xx
Reviewed by Sandie Angel
Heeheehee! Oh yes, Karen, I remember the little stowaway in Robert's poem. Great write in response. I so enjoyed this.

Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu :o)
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
Wonderfully done and heart touching, Karen.
Reviewed by Tony Nerone
Very cute, and wonderfully written.

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Hey Karen You have to get Ed Rhea's "Unfortunate Detectimals" to search for Ronee..........hehehehehehe

I liked this very much!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Birdie Houston
If I see her I'll send her back your way loved the Kewl .........write !
Reviewed by jude forese
well crafted... delightful...
Reviewed by Catherine N (Reader)
Karen, you have a great imagination! Outstanding write! Hugs, Cathy
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Fun write. Thanks for the laugh! :-)
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster
Wonderful imagination and a super write. So Creative.
Reviewed by Angelica Young
Absolutely fabulous write! :)

Scorpio Eyes
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Wow! what an imagination you have Karen! You really needed the disclaimer, because this is just like a bulletin off the TV new shows;-) Great work!
Reviewed by L M (Reader)
What a write really good.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

hee hee what a cute response to robert's "stowaway" poem--ronee's done it again

i can just picture her, with a root beer moustache *burrrrrrrp* LOL

(((HUGS))) and love,

karla. :)
Reviewed by Robert Blackwell (Reader)
Heck, I have no idea how she ended up with me, either! **laughing**

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