Stephanie Gentry

Seeing In Color

I used to lived oblivious
To the world so obviously around me
With clouded eyes that seemed to protect
The way that I would see
The scenery was familiar
Nothing but colored shades
Of the things I wished to see
Until their colors fade
There is a happiness that appears
Out of this world of lighted fears
I can feel and think and see instead
Of just spouting words from within my head
I thank you for the eisle,
and the paint you did bestow
that helped me paint a picture
More beautiful than I could have known
Within the bleak of shade
Rested a symphony of light
That now blends harmony in my soul
Because I have chosen, sight

Poem Submitted: Monday, September 10, 2007
Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 6, 2011

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