a writing experiment

So, I decided to write 3 quick, short paragraphs using 3 different topics…

The topics are:

1. Friendship

2. Identity in Christ

3. Science

Each topic (With the exception of Identity in Christ…I gave that topic 4 lines) has 3 lines. Without looking at the other paragraphs, I wrote 3 lines as quickly as I could about each topic. Then, I took one linc from each paragraph and merged them into one paragraph…here is what happened. Kind of cool.

They whisper shouts of gladness and ginger colored sunsets.
And maybe I’ll ascribe my likeness to the ambiguity of our greatest difference
I was never really good at science
The bright brightness of the sun saturates the darkened moonlit eves
I know who I am am, whose I am and where I’ll be
Mixing potions of nonsense confuses even the wisest of men
And I know the colors of my tears and my laughter and my shame
How many hours and minutes and seconds will it take to see the colors morph into greatness
Well, maybe we should all stick around just a little bit longer
Because when they collide, baby you can taste the rainbow

And the breakdown…

They whisper shouts of gladness and ginger colored sunsets.
And maybe I’ll ascribe my likeness to the ambiguity of our greatest difference
I was never really good at science
The bright brightness of the sun saturates the darkened moonlit eves
I know who I am am, whose I am and where I’ll be
Mixing potions of nonsense confuses even the wisest of men
And I know the colors of my tears and my laughter and my shame
How many hours and minutes and seconds will it take to see the colors morph into greatness
Well, maybe we should all stick around just a little bit longer
Because when they collide, baby you can taste the rainbow

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