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10/21/11
This was so very clever, and I loved the references to God and the bible. I particularly enjoyed this part:
"Can always find Me, if they search for Me
With all their hearts.

Saved As….Site for Truth"

This was an ingenious way of using the topic/ subject- and I loved the "searching for Him with all their hearts"

To sum up - "site for truth."
That brought to my mind - "those that have ears, let them hear, and those who have eyes, let them see"

The "site" for me was a play on words - for "seeing" His truth- and following with our hearts. Loved this!

God Bless you~
10/21/11
Interesting poem and interesting take on the topic. Lot of food for thought within. I think our heart-soul-mind combine as one and become search engines that are constantly seeking! I too liked the ending lines of this. I enjoyed the read. Blessings.
10/25/11
Wow! There's a lot going on here. Seems on topic.

Lots and lots to think about. A devotional in free verse and that's good.

It seems a little involved to be clear on flow. But very unique and I'm sure is different to the rest in here. Well done!
10/26/11
Very lovely. The message is wonderful and so true.
11/02/11
Love the line - "Where truth is a many splintered thing." Sadly, it is. Very thought-provoking for Christians and non-Christians alike. Loved this!
11/06/11
Hi Lillian, I love the title. It sets us up for what you are going to say. In fact, it gives it away. Then I get lost in the poem. I think having a clear POV would help. Whose eyes are we looing through? The narrator, the seeker or God? Being clear on that would help I think.
These are things I struggle with too. Clarity, focus and a simple story line. Often I have to throw out 1/2 of my pretty words!!!