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Tag: poetry

Yellow Tulip

Tiny Tome #1

I write daily devotionals; it is part of my faith practice. The resulting brief essays are part meditation and part writing exercise. I have quite an accumulation and decided to select 31 for my first tiny tome digital book, Joy in the Morning, Words of Hope and Encouragement. Some are in prose form, some are written as… Read More ›

Flight

Weavings in the sky

Birds flying south for the winter weaving tapestries across the sky. I wish you could have seen it, majestic, more than awesome more than extraordinary. Spirit woven into nature, creating patterns and moving on leaving no trace but for the joy imprinted on my heart and mind. Please like, comment and share this post. Thanks… Read More ›

Peace like a river

God made the earth by his might, it is said, he shaped the world by his wisdom, crafted the skies by his knowledge. God made all there is, was, or ever will be. Be sure of his love and presence, guidance and mercy. He knew, and knows us. A confusing concept to our way of… Read More ›

Gerbera

  yellow gerbera daisy basking in warm sun beaming happy light. Photo: aryan tyagi on Pexels.com

Apple Blossoms

Always

Then you will call, and the Lord will answer; you will cry for help, and He will say: Here am I.  Isaiah 58:9 No matter how down you may be, there will be blossoms along life’s way, waiting to make you smile. No matter how disappointed you are, blues skies remind you, tomorrow holds unknown… Read More ›

Joy in the Morning, Words of Hope and Encouragement, a tiny tome 31 pages long. Click on the Shop tab and download today for .99. Dismiss

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