by Kenzie Tenpas
The stars of splendor soar above the earth Across the heavens, dim of hues and light Provides a wish once lost, rekindled worth And leaves the hearts of many with delight A light so dim and faint, so gently rose Abounds with colors of fires and springs. Refills the earth with a golden warmth that glows Displaying rays of splendor, sunshine brings The sea so vast and measureless as stars Reflects the heavens full of lovely light Submerged with ships and myths of old in jars And crashes proud upon the shore with might Behold the earth with all its majesty Too great to sow into a tapestry
Kenzie Tenpas is currently a college student at Colorado Christian University and majoring in both English and Theology. She has always loved writing and has finished three novel length works in the process of getting published. Kenzie also has a poem soon to be published with the Bible Advocate.