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by Hudson Williams
5/08/2012 / Poetry
Here are some haiku (Japanese poetry) based on wordless book colors. Haiku is unrhymed, with five syllables in the first line, seven in the second, and five in the third. Each haiku is named simply Red, Gold, Green, and White, respectively.
Red that stained the cross
Scarlet flow our saving grace
Washes away sin
Streets of Gold above
Mansions built for the redeemed
The Green vine grows up
The righteous man in God's Word
Prosperous and blessed
Innocent White souls
The Redeemed looked on as pure
Washed as white as snow
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