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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: The Media (in any form) (11/11/10)

TITLE: INFINITE INDITER OF MAJESTIC MEDIUM
By Lillian Rhoades
11/14/10


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INFINITE INDITER OF MAJESTIC MEDIUMS

Come hither.

Stand with me on the cleft of the rock,
Where eagles fly.
Listen to the wind,
Swift and strong,
Heard by every man.


Sit with me in crevices hewed by time,
Where peaks mount high,
And the sun lies down,
Silent until daybreak.
Then silent no more.


Rest with me on grains without end.
Where oceans draw nigh.
Destined to keep their boundaries,
Each wave a witness,
That all can hear.


Look with me to heights above
Where clouds reside,
Eager to affirm.
No code of silence,
No script unknown.


Watch with me as darkness looms
With stars beside
That wires a message,
On ether waves,
For all to read.


I have inscribed my name on infinite azures,
And tufts of clouds.
I have proclaimed my power
Through whistling winds
And diamonds in the dark.

What I have written
On ageless scrolls,
And what I have spoken
All nature extols.

Come hither,

See, listen,

Believe,

And you shall live.


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Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 11/20/10
Beautiful.
Noel Mitaxa 11/20/10
Very evocative...
Troy Manning11/21/10
Nice tribute to the witness of God's natural revelation as communicated in Ps. 19!
Amy Michelle Wiley 11/21/10
Ooooo, I'm not a big poetry fan, but this is the type I love. Beautiful imagry and wonderful twist on the topic. I hope this one places in the top ten.
Caitlyn Meissner11/22/10
I'm not quite sure how this fits in the topic, but I agree that this is a very lovely poem. I definitely enjoyed reading it. Good job!
Lollie Hofer 11/22/10
Exquisite and lovely.
Edmond Ng 11/24/10
An unusual take on the topic as though seen through the eyes of the media pulling its audiences to view for themselves the magnificence and majesty of God. We can now catch a bird's eye view the works of God in action through television and digital online media such as watching the eagles fly, and also be able to listen to the sound of wind blowing.

Very nicely written piece and a pleasant read. Great work!

Carol Penhorwood 11/24/10
Would not have thought of media as nature, but it is, of course. The Bible tells us that they will be "without excuse" after seeing the majesty of God in creation. Well done!
Verna Cole Mitchell 11/24/10
Beautiful for words and meaning
Henry Clemmons11/24/10
Yes. I loved it. Great pace, images and message. You get my vote, and I rarely cast one. Masterful indeed!
Veronica Winley11/25/10
Lovely and lyrical. I read it twice...once for the content and again, just for the beautiful cadence. Thank you.