Sunday evening I wrote my second ReVerse poem. It’s a fun way of poetry review taking one line from work covering a certain period of time.
Sometimes, God doesn’t rescue us out of our tumultuous clouds and storms but strengthens us and goes with us through them, giving hope.
Writing a clogyrnach variation poem was fun but definitely a challenge! After many words, thoughts and trials, I finally settled on a poem.
Today I’m trying something new – clogyrnach poetry. This Welsh poetic form intrigued me. I studied one of my nature photos for inspiration.
Enduring faith comes from a sure hope, because it is not based on me or my actions, but on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
REVIEW A PAST YEAR Do you ever review a past year to note highs and lows or to just see where you’ve been? There are many ways to do this. We could rely on our memories, but they might be a bit selective, forgetting some […]
Hope is something we all need to keep us from losing our joy or falling into despair. This year I want to creatively explore hope my #oneword.
A photo and a poem. As I gazed at the picture, I thought of how the burning candle beckons, and was inspired to write a poem.
How often do you pray? Do you think about prayer throughout the day? Or do you forget until you finally take a break? Is it possible to pray at any time during the day no matter what you are doing? In 1 Thessalonians 5, we […]
BROKEN BUT NOT IN DESPAIR I had some time this afternoon, so I decided to see what I could come up with for the Five Minute Friday word prompt, broken. A poem started in my mind so I began to write. Thoughts of deep […]