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Inspired by Melissa's poem "God's favourite" (http://www.faithwriters.com/critique-circle-details.php?genre=4&id=4731)
I see Him with a palette,
Creating many different hues,
Then with a brush I see Him work
In awe of all the shades he chose—
In spring I see a splash of color,
The yellow daffodils that shine
Are followed soon by violet’s purple
Then pinks and oranges jump in line—
In summer green defines the stage;
Above extends a dome of blue,
And skipping feet can almost fly
In wonder at the beauty viewed—
In autumn trees are dressed in bliss
Of oranges, yellows, tans, and reds
A quilt of many colored patches
Is formed when all the gowns are shed—
In winter peace inhabits earth
When life is covered deep with white;
And beauty takes on deeper meaning—
We see the love behind the sight…
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