Eli's kindness and appeal extend beyond his knack for words to reach inside Phoebe's heart. But he is an only son with five sisters, and when his father suffers a heart attack, Eli gives up his writing to assume responsibility on the farm. Though willing to abandon his dream of becoming an author, he won't give up his beloved Phoebe.
Can their love for a good story develop into something that lasts forever, or will Phoebe's deep-seated fear of desertion stand in their way?
This is a question that we may not be able to find quick answers to in a short while however it is a question that has plagued mankind for many centuries and still continues to disturb the rest of the human race today:
I once knew a girl: A much admired girl,
In a time of selfishness, she was Kind to a fault,
In a time of utter disrespect of adult by children, she was in fact clothed with the garments of respect.
She was a few of the most admired ladies in this area,
It was even said she was the most intelligent in her class in school; so much intelligent that her teachers would request that she stayed behind to help mark the classwork/assignments of the other members of her class.
She was even fairly pretty chocolate lady – one of the fairest I have beheld in recent times with perfectly rounded body that would make a young man wish for her silently.
She feared God and Man
But one day heaven called. . .
Girls need our protection and love and help; particularly in developing and under developed nations of the world.
A lot of people go through a lot of things some of which might sound strange to the ears. Be that as it may. This might also help to bring to your knowledge the much travail of many.