Friday, September 6, 2013

Red Is...

Today's Prompt:

When I think of Red I think of love, passion, blood.

It's a color that evokes many emotions and is powerful.

Red also strikes fear-in the form of red ink on a paper you put your blood, sweat, and tears into.

Red is the color I'm not bold enough to wear on my lips for a night out, not wanting the attention it evokes.

It's a come hither attention getter.Life in red is bold and exciting. Filled with many things.

I'd think I'd rather live in the red than the black and white.

The red in the Bible draws me close and I want to savor every word. Know every word that was spoken by my savior. They represent truth to me.

How can one word have so many meanings, I guess that's the beauty of it.

Red is....

Joining Lisa Jo for her Five Minute Friday. She gives a prompt, you write for 5 min. No editing, no thinking, just writing whatever comes to mind. Sounds like fun, eh? Wanna join in? You can! Click the image below.

Five Minute Friday


  1. Love all the ways you've thought about red here. It definitely can take different connotations!

    1. Yes, it does! Love red and all it's different meanings.

  2. I love how you literally describe the red in our lives and then discuss the spoken words of Christ! I love this!

  3. Way to bring out completely different emotions in a color! The terror of the editor's pen and the comfort of Christ's words. Just great:)

  4. Red is powerful and commanding! How appropriate the word's of Christ are red! Thanks for your post. Have a blessed weekend! ~

  5. I'm discovering today that the color red is rather wonderful! It's such a delight to read what thoughts the color has provoked from others. Beautiful post, Alecia.

  6. :) I am enjoying reading all of these different "red" posts... it is interesting how a color has so many personalities! Love it!

  7. I really love this post! its simple but yet powerful.

    Stopping by from FMF.

    Have a beautiful weekend!



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