Wish (curated)

Travel through time
to meet loved ones again
Only valued
When they depart
Look around
Why don’t we start
Normally late
Appreciate
dear darlings
close and away
from today

Read more via Wish

Chimichanga, a Sacred Signia (curated)

The Chimichanga plate called out to me.
Not so bizarre.
And servings bottomless of sweet iced tea,
In canning jar.
My stomach feels like suitcase stuffed too full.
Then at the bar…

Read more via 10-line Poem Challenge #3: Sacred Signia by Rhyme in Time

This writer, who goes by the name of Stew E Dumplins, among others, has written a clever and humorous Sacred Signia. His poem has been around for a while, but thanks to my ignorance of how to search tags, I didn’t see it until just recently. Please visit his blog for the rest of this poem and several others you may find humorous.

Faith (curated)

But what about the days

when you can’t

muster up the energy to smile?

What about the times when

no amount of

well wishes will do?

What do you do when

you’re standing on land but it

feels like your drowning?

You do the only thing

you can,

believe.

 

via Faith by LaRonda Moore

A Break Wouldn’t Hurt (curated)

Play
unwind
wrap up work
have a good laugh
best medicine yet!
Be at home with yourself
watch those creases disappear
Bring out your inner childishness
send Mister Serious on an errand
Caper, laugh, live, love, radiate with joy!

via A Break Wouldn’t Hurt by Nike Koleosho of Memoirs in Coal

Not only is this a perfect Etheree, but it is also very good advice!

Works Of Art

This poem took my breath away! Sadly, the link got lost in my spam folder, so I didn’t include it in the challenge until just now. But I also wanted to shine a spotlight on this gem. Please read “Works of Art.”

Leonas Lines--Poetry Plus

Horse Sculptures by Dixie Jewett of Dayton ,OR

At

First glance

I may seem

Ordinary

Yet if you will stop

To take a closer look

You may be quite surprised

You’ll see I that am a unique

Creation of God’s workmanship even though

At first glance I may seem ordinary.

Dectina Refrain

Just as these beautiful metal horse sculptures pictured above are unique creations of art, created by Dixie Jewett of Dayton,OR thru her love of horses and her skill in welding, so are we all works of art, created and designed by God.

Each of us are unique. Masterpieces of our Creator who formed us in love, to reflect and shine His workmanship to the world around us.

Ephesians 2:10 Amplified Bible (AMP)

For we are His workmanship [His own master work, a work of art], created in Christ Jesus [reborn from above—spiritually transformed, renewed, ready to be used] for good works, which God…

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