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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Taste (07/15/10)

TITLE: Some Day
By Carol Penhorwood
07/20/10


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Some day my morning will come,
My pain melt away with the dawn,
Earth's troubles will vanish,
The weight fall away,
All fear and anxiety gone.

Some day I'll find a new freedom,
All doubts fade away with the sun,
On what I've but tasted
I'll finally feast...
The love of my God for this one.

Some day I'll feel His arms hold me,
I'll know what I've tasted for real,
What I now know in part
Will then be made whole,
All His love I will finally feel.

Some day all questions He'll answer,
His plan from the start I will see,
What did not make sense
I will then understand,
What He's purposed, at last, come to be.

Some day disease will be conquered,
The crippled and lame be made whole,
For we have His promise
New bodies we'll own,
On heaven's gold streets we will stroll.

And some day the morn will bring laughter,
All heaven will ring with delight,
As we lift our praises
For all He has done,
What we have but tasted at night.



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Edy T Johnson 07/22/10
My favorite line: "On what I've but tasted I'll finally feast...." Your poem illustrates well that we can barely imagine what is waiting in those mansions Jesus has gone to prepare for us.
Theresa Santy 07/23/10
Some day, indeed.

Loved it.
Beth LaBuff 07/23/10
I love your recurring theme, "Some Day." You've infused this with Scripture, and your last stanza is beautiful, I love the "weeping may endure for the night/joy comes in the morning" allusion. Love this!!
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 07/24/10
This beautiful poem gives me hope. I've tasted this world and I'm nervous about the next to come, but I do believe it will have a taste none can imagine.
AnneRene' Capp 07/26/10
Carol...this is just downright beautiful and such an inspiration of encouragement to all of us who suffer so!
Verna Cole Mitchell 07/26/10
I love all the "sure hope" in your lovely poem.
Allison Egley 07/26/10
I really like this.

I wished it were longer! Definitely something you could expand on.

Great job!
Lollie Hofer 07/27/10
Beautifully written poem with a promise of hope. I like the five-line format. You did a good job with your rhthym and rhyme as well.
Colin Swann07/28/10
Lovely devotional verses that are full of hope and of the blessings to come. Thanks! Colin
Caitlyn Meissner07/28/10
This is beautiful! I just wish someone would put music to it. It could almost be a hymn. Thank you!
Patsy Hallum07/28/10
Great writing! This should make every devotional book in the world! Thank you!