Precarious precipice, this –
one foot in land of the living,
the other in the grave.
What to do,
when death’s throat opens wide?
Soak in sunshine,
breathe with virgin lungs;
count each second
on your knees.
Stop the clock with grateful gaze,
arrest time’s march
letting them drop
like seed to soil,
to reap a full harvest
These words are very nice!
Grazie, Antonio! 🙂
I just love this one:)
Why thank you, Peter! How has your week been?
Good. Thank you for asking, Melody. God bless you.
Thanks, Peter, and back at ya!
Congratulations! I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award; to accept and participate, go here: http://kayleebakes.wordpress.com/2012/10/17/very-inspiring-blogger-award/
Thank you so much, Kaylee – I am honored! I no longer participate in the blogging awards due to time constraints, but I do appreciate the nomination. I will make a point of stopping by your blog to check out your other nominees as soon as I can.
Very inspiring, Melody! God bless you abundantly–love, Caddo
Thank you Caddo. How was your day??
In need of more inspiration, I’m afraid. This, too, will pass…thanks for asking. Are things better for you than last weekend?
Yes and no… life does tend to go on, doesn’t it? Just when I don’t feel that I have any courage left, there it is, a neat little parcel, tied in a ribbon.
That’s true–God’s neat little parcels are such big blessings! Keeping you in prayer, as always–sending Big Hugs!
I will accept said hugs and ‘raise’ you several more! 🙂
Oh, I’m lovin’ it, Melody–God bless you Big!
I so loved this one! The picture is beautiful to begin with, and then the idea of reaping a harvest of now really blesses me! Great work, Melody!
Thank you! There are so many moments that we let slip by. It is so hard to remember that each is a gift, even the hard ones. I write to remind myself, I guess…