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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Yellow (11/12/09)

TITLE: Wondrous Yellow
By Elisha Beavers
11/16/09


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A Wonderful Yellow

A heartfelt response spoken in season
A brightened face, love being the reason
Energy newly found brought from rejoice
Freshly unraveled, from brightest of choice

A shining dawn and glow of times meant to live
A shout of revealing, forgiveness to give
Blessings bestowed; receiving minds swollen
Giving back all so viciously stolen

A sweet delight from ones great health
A stunning sight of more wealth
Sound in peace and bright as day
Shinning bright to show the way

A coming from storms, and all burdened faces
A tint to remind of heavenly places
Standing next to light and all joy that it brings
Melodious praise like a gold trumpet sings

A changing in ways straying from the light
A blinding of foes who wish for a fight
Our Father’s rebuke and forgiveness too
Delightfully made for me and for you

A warm sun stitched with grace, for the smallest of fellow
A new beginning, a brilliant hue of yellow
So solemnly brought to a desolate table
Our God and our Father, who’s willing and able


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Barbara Lynn Culler11/22/09
Descriptive imagery, yet I was confused by this poem and not sure what you were saying. I did not understand your concept of yellow until mentioned in the last section.
Dee Yoder 11/23/09
All of your descriptions do, indeed, remind me of the bright and fresh color of yellow! The tint of yellow after a storm is a lovely description of the peace we can have even as we regain our footing after turmoil. I enjoyed your poem.
Elisha Beavers11/26/09
Thanks for the comments, and critiquing :)