Splashes of Color

Splashes of Color

By: Debra Sue Higginbotham
a.k.a. Healthy Habit Lady

Splashes of color

are all around me.

Reminders of God

completely surround me.

A brilliant yellow sun,

a crystal blue sky,

the rainbow of color

on a passing butterfly.

A bright red cardinal,

in an autumn speckled tree …

sings a perfect song,

as if it’s just for me.

A clear winter air,

upon a blanket of white snow …

reminds me of my God,

everywhere I go.

A sky of velvet black,

hosts a galaxy of stars …

as kids capture fireflies

and stuff them into jars.

A fat orange pumpkin,

a juicy purple plum,

a brown walnut,

so tasty to the tum.

A lawn of vivid green,

paints a splendid grass …

as Spring becomes Summer,

and seasons come to pass.

A romantic little rose,

which blends a pretty pink …

is my favorite flower,

to make one stop and think.

Let’s think about the Glory,

and the beauty all around …

as Splashes of Color

make an awesome sound!

March 2010
As always, make champion choirs,
The Healthy Habit Lady
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