Dawn Jun8 by melodylowes You draw out her utmost, her highest, her deepest, You give her the courage it takes to stride on; Your beams warm her spirit, shine comfort, bedazzle, remove the confusion with breaking of dawn. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
WONDERFUL! I can feel it–we’re gonna make it!
Maybe arriving a little windswept and the worse for wear – but definitely on our way!!!
Just the reassurance I needed this morning.
Wonderful! Thanks Derek…
Makes me feel warm and good.
Wonderful! Thanks, Gallivanta!
Nice, a poetic tip of the hat to Oswald Chambers.
I will take that with the utmost pleasure! 🙂
See how clever we wordsmiths are?!
Royal smartypants, we.
Indubitably. Champion, my good woman. Champion.
Shhh, don’t say “royal” too loud. These Americans are pretty anal about that kinda stuff.
That one draws a guffaw. NOT ladylike at all.
Oh pshaw, don’t be silly, my good woman. Sometimes to guffaw is as natural as a robust passing of holy wind…(sighing, what did you think I meant?)
😀 Totally and only sighing. Duh!
I never had any doubt, Melody. Never. Really.
These are very pretty. What kind of flowers are they? Are they from your garden?
They are a low-growing groundcover plant called ‘spotted deadnettle’. Quite the name for such a pretty plant. They bloom most of the summer, and cover up the ugly places so beautifully. I just love them…
peaceful and beautiful!
Thank you Heidi! 😉
What a perfectly encouraging poem and photo! Thank you, Melody!
Thank you Debbie! I hope and pray all is well with you and yours…
He, too, does that for me every morning !
What a wonderful blessing!
I love the colors, as much as the poem–simply beautiful!
Thank you so much! 🙂
Beautiful pic n poem, Melody. 🙂
Melody, I agree that life always seems brighter and easier in the light of morning… Lovely picture and words.
Blessings ~ Wendy
Thank you Wendy!