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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Taste (07/15/10)

TITLE: The Water He Pours
By wendell brown
07/16/10


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The Water He Pours



As heavenly rain falls down from the skies
Tasting as mellow as the sweetest wine
I always turn my eyes upward searching
For the One love who is forever mine

And as I drink of the water that He does pour
Deep Into my hearts well every day
I pick up a pen and paper to begin writing sweet prose
Before the many words from my mind do fade


For I exist only for His constant pleasure
And with heartfelt love will I lift His name
While praying the words I write will be a treasure
Touching His children never leaving them the same

For as His rain pours down from heavenly skies
I find that my day becomes much more complete
As my heart does taste of His inspired praises
That might lead many lost souls to kneel down at His feet


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Troy Manning07/25/10
Very positive message. A few punctuation suggestions include: a comma between "upward" & "searching" (1st paragraph), an apostrophe in "heart's well" (2nd par.), & a comma between "children" & "never" (3rd par.). Nice job. :)
Patsy Hallum07/28/10
Great message, I agree on punctuation, It needs some. Keep Writing.