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    Default Claim copyright for my work

    As a way to claim copyrights for my works, I will post them to this thread. That way it will be a published work, dated and acknowledged by this forum.

    Here is the latest one, created just yesterday.

    "The most beautiful love story is the one that is still being written." Darren Ehrlich, 2015
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    Great you do very nice work. I look forward to seeing more!
    Jeff

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    Here's another

    I don't have lots of gold,
    Or wealth that one can measure.
    All I have is my heart
    More precious than a Kings treasure.
    D Ehrlich, 2014
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    Very nice, indeed!

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    If we could always see the road ahead, would the journey be worth taking?

    God has already made it beautiful, woodworkers make it functional.
    Kansas Wood Shop
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    New work... called "A Soldiers Cross"

    As I walked along my eyes caught sight of a Soliders cross
    A well made marker in memory of a brave young soul that was lost
    The boots were worn and the rifle covered in rust
    Hand painted letters on the stock said "In God we trust"
    The helmet tipped as a sign of respect
    A final salute it's meant to reflect.
    A pair of dog tags rattle in the wind
    Never sent to his next of kin
    As I stood there feeling sadness and pride
    Forever he stands guard over this lonely hillside

    Darren Ehrlich
    July 2015
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    Very touching Darren.

    Mike
    All Gave Some,
    Some Gave All.

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    Wow... that is pretty deep Darren, thank you for sharing.
    -Paul
    "The secret to getting ahead is getting started." -Mark Twain

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    But remember, you can't use what he said for sale without his expressed permission. This is same reason that I sell my patterns and projects only in the CarveWright store.
    Clint
    CarveWright StartU team member
    Web Site WWW.clintscustomcarving.com

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