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looking for an honest critique of this poem in regards to form, content, word choice etc. unfortunately it does not fit correctly into the text box and so that last two verses have lines that are split up but are supposed to be one line... "...yellow and red." and the 3 "heart" lines are cropped which is unintended...so take all that for what it is worth and critique away! :o)
Speaking without words
Speaking with light, colors, hues and tones
A glory displayed every morning, every evening.
Speaking the unspeakable…
Telling of glory exquisite,
Divinity on display.
The glory of the Lord shone all around
In infinite shades of purple, blue, yellow and
Waiting for an open heart...
A heart willing to be challenged, changed
A heart ready to be touched with the Heavenly,
with the Eternal,
A heart that desires to never again be the
"Surely the LORD our God has shown us His glory and His greatness, and we have heard His voice from the midst of the fire. We have seen this day that God speaks with man; yet he still lives." ~~ Deu. 5:24
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