Beautiful Words

Beautiful words stir my heart. I will recite a lovely poem about the king, for my tongue is like the pen of a skillful poet.


The Colors of Life

Life is not always colored brightly

As there is a time sunrise shining on the horizon,

There is also when the sun sink hides its light

So that the whole earth as though shrouded in darkness


As there is a time many flowers bloomed

And the whole air was filled with the scent of the fragrance

There will be time for them to wither and fall

As though carry away all the hope and beauty


Like the rain does not always refract the rainbow

There are times when the rain turned into a storm

As if to bulldoze and tear down the foundation of life


When through it all, please know

Darkness to teach you to be more rely on guidance of His light,

Winter brings you closer to the fire of His love

The storm helped you find the answer,  if you have built your life on the right foundation,  so you can build it back up before it all to be late


But please remember,

Each laughter, success, and abundance,

Also will test you: Is the Redeemer has become the most valuable treasures in your life?


Later … 

When all passes

When the sun rises again

Spring comes again

The thick cloudy disappear and skies become brighter

You will be greeted with a different heart and outlook

Because you have: Rooted deeper, growing taller, fruitful more bushy




By : Sella Irene – Beautiful Words



Text Background: Google Images


12 comments on “THE COLORS OF LIFE (posted in Bahasa: WARNA-WARNI KEHIDUPAN)

  1. PaperGiftsForEstefany
    August 22, 2014

    Lovely, Sella. : )


  2. readinpleasure
    August 20, 2014

    Beautiful, dear 🙂


  3. Christine Goodnough
    August 20, 2014

    Hi Sella. I really like the beautiful thoughts you are sharing in this poem. It’s very true that in the darkness we can rely on God’s light.

    I was wondering if you would like a little help to polish your English?

    For example, in the last two lines of your first verse:
    “There is also when the sun sink hides its light
    So that the whole earth as though shrouded in darkness”

    “sun sink” should rather be “sunset.”
    And to make the line smoother, I would write “So the whole earth seems shrouded…”
    In modern writing the word “that” is left out whenever it’s possible to do so.

    Best wishes to you as you are writing and sharing.


    • Hello Christine, thank you so much for reading and your suggestion about my english 🙂 i really appreciate it. I am still learning in english, my mother tongue is indonesian. So, almost all of english post in this blog translated by someone who help me. She translates my writing in bahasa to english. We will consider your suggestion. Thanks again for your attention to this blog 🙂 Jesus bless you abundantly


      • Christine Goodnough
        August 20, 2014

        You’re welcome. I will help you more, if you would like it. I’ve worked with new immigrants here in Canada to learn English and I know it isn’t easy. 🙂
        I pray the Lord will send you a good day, too. (Right now it’s probably night over there?)


        • Hi Christine, sorry for late reply. Yes, over night here when your reply sent. Thank you for your kindness. I pray God bless your days too. By the way, your job is so interesting 🙂 May i contact you by private email, ym, or something like that?


          • Christine Goodnough
            August 24, 2014

            I’m being very late in replying, too. It’s been a busy week. You can send personal mail to christinevanceg @ gmail (dot) com. I’ll check my box once a day.


  4. paulfg
    August 19, 2014

    “Because you have: Rooted deeper ..”
    Beautiful – and touching!
    Thank you


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