Looking Out My Window

Looking out my living room window is always a treat no matter what the season or weather. This afternoon I was inspired to write a poem. I hope you enjoy it.

Looking out the Window

Out My Window

Out the window
My gaze is fixed
What do I see?

Rain is pouring
Wind is blowing
Rain now stopping

Fog is rising
An eerie mist
Between the trees

Birds are silent
Frogs make no sound
Dogs are sleeping

Rain returning
Wind almost still
I keep watching

Day is waning
Twilight glimmers
Night comes softly

Time to settle
Ponder my day
Give thanks to God

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 I’m linking up with: #LetUsGrow, #GiveMeGrace, #SittingAmongFriends, #SmallWonder, #IntentionalTuesday

24 thoughts on “Looking Out My Window

  1. If only we could always find wisdom to end the day pondering the beauty and giving thanks to God. Thanks for these words leading us in that direction, Gayl.

  2. A beautiful moment of noticing and paying attention to end of day, resulting in a poured out poetic hymn of praise. Lovely! Thank you, Gayl.

    1. Yes, Joy, exactly! I was going to try to write a Five Minute Friday post but this came out instead. Of course it took more than five minutes. 🙂 Thank you so much for your encouragement! Blessings to you! xo

  3. I love how you ended your poem, “Time to settle. Give thanks to God.” No matter the storms of the day, I should always find something to thank Him for. Blessings to you!

    1. Thanks, Carrie! Yes, I want to remember to thank Him at the end of every day and even throughout the day. But I often forget. Thanks for stopping by. Blessings to you!

  4. As a writer and lover of poetry, I love this Gayle and your backdrop is beautiful. What an inspiring reminder to see God’s wonder and spend time with our Savior thanking Him for all He’s done. Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful week and may God bless you and yours!

    1. Horace, thank you so much! My backdrop is a photo I took standing on our property. I love to be out in nature enjoying God’s creation. It’s so inspiring to me. Blessings to you and thanks for visiting!

  5. I love this Gayl. I totally forgot that you write poetry. I found this post through Intentional Tuesday and when I recognized your name I clicked. I’m so glad I did. I love the poem and the ending especially. Love the picture its gorgeous. Blessings to you. I need to subscribe t your blog.

    1. Thank you so much, Shannon! I’m glad you enjoyed the poem and picture 🙂 Blessings right back to you, sister! I’d love for you to subscribe.

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