Vaccinius

Saturday, 11 January 2014

A winter night

I look out through the window.
I think it must be cold.
I cannot see a shadow.
I hope the glass will hold.

I light a little candle.
I think about to be.
Like that The Lord will handle
myself, most certainly.

I think pray The Lord will handle
myself that affably.

[Corrected Jan. 12th 2014 at 17:07.]
[Corrected again Jan 13th at 00:15.]



I have put a link to this post on the blog hop of "dVerse" | here | and of "My Freshly Brewed Life" | here |.

9 comments:

  1. Lighting a little candle in the winter is a act of hope and belief. I hope it all holds.

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  2. the smallest signs can sometimes be the biggest giver of hope... how much you believe is all that matters

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  3. Those candles are so important if we take the time to see them really.

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  4. I love your poem, but I also like the hopeful comments. God bless you!

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  5. the tiniest of candles can bring the brightest hope into our lives.

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  6. lighting a candle in the dark of a winter night...i do this often!

    stacy lynn mar
    http://warningthestars.blogspot.com/

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  7. I love your poem. I found your blog when I noticed your link on Barbie's Weekend Brew. I am American Norwegian. All of my family is from Norway and I've visited once and love the country.

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  8. I've looked out windows wondering the same thing...thanks so much for sharing at the Pub today for the prompt.

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  9. I'm loving your poetry! Please keep sharing.

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