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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Flowers (10/03/05)

TITLE: Colors in a field of wildflowers
By annamarie schmidt
10/06/05


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Have you ever tried to explain to a child the colors in a
field of wildflowers?
The reds and yellows with
the softest of blues?
The many different multi-colored hue’s?
Have you ever watched a rose after a rain, as it’s blossom begins
it reach towards the sky?
And how it slowly opens like
sleepy little eyes.
This rose of many colors,
like Joseph’s coat,
flourishes and gives to us a glimpse
of heaven above.
Have you ever watched a child that takes from seed to grow,
many different flowers that need
tender care.
And watch this child as they grow
and as they begin to know,
what it means to really share.
Have you ever watched a rose
after a rain, as it begins
it’s reach towards the sky.
Or let a child run through
a field of wildflowers,
to see the flight of
a thousand butterflies.
Have you ever tried to
explain to a child,
the colors in a field of wildflowers?


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Juanita Pittman-Brown10/10/05
I like this very much...For me it was easy to follow and paints a lovely picture...
B Brenton10/11/05
I think it's beautiful imagery as well. Thanks for brightening my day!
Jan Ackerson 10/12/05
Be careful of unnecessary apostrophes (hues, its). Nice comparison of a blossoming child to a flower.
Brandi Roberts10/12/05
I agree, this creates a beautiful picture. Thanks for sharing!
Alexandra Wilkin10/13/05
Lovely imagery and lovely comparisons. Very nice indeed. God bless.