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Writing 201: Poetry day 2 assignment. Acrostic poem. This one looks to be even more challenging than the first assignment. I’m up to the task though!!

Gift. Acrostic. Simile.

Just when I was completely alone

Emphatic silence rang loud like a baby’s cry

Salvation’s greatest Gift spoke sweetly into the night

Unarming the grip of loneliness

Showering me with love

– Jarrod Brown (c) 2015

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. ReneeMarie60 says:

    Faith has the power to do that in/for us… well done!

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  2. rosemawrites says:

    Oh. I need this! Badly. Thank you! You have inspired me today. :’)

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    1. Jarrod Brown says:

      Well praise God! He gets all of the glory 🙂

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  3. Vicki says:

    Jarrod, you and I wrote about the same topic 🙂 Salvation’s greatest gift 🙂 Go check mine out… it’s wonderful how the prompts spoke to both of us in the same way. I love your similie… silence like a baby’s cry. Sometimes the silence can be deafening. Glad to read your poems and will have fun seeing more. Blessings!

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    1. Jarrod Brown says:

      I’m actually amazed because I’ve read several poems about Jesus. It’s so encouraging! I enjoyed yours as well. Give it all up and follow Him. Blessings to you as well!

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      1. Vicki says:

        Yes, it is amazing to me! There’s an army rising up!

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      2. Vicki says:

        Oops, I hit send too fast! I wanted to say that this army is comprised of those who are not ashamed of the gospel, like Paul. I read a verse today and it brought you to mind. It’s a paraphrase of Job… have you read it? “I have to speak–I have no choice. I have to say what’s on my heart, And I’m going to say it straight– the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. I was never any good at flattery; my Maker would make short work of me if I started in now!” Right?

        Blessings, Jarod. You are going to speak and people are going to marvel at your wisdom and kind strength. You’ll need that, to lead this new army of God.

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      3. Jarrod Brown says:

        Thank you for your kind words!! Blessings to you as well! I’m looking forward to reading what else God lays on your heart.

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