Hidden Between the Rows

“What creepth here beneath the light;

Moving about without a sight?

Little frog,

Or cricket so.

A snake,

A bug,

I do not know.

You’ll keep me safe,

This I know,

As I till among my garden row.”

 

“I know all the birds of the hills,

And all that moves in the field is Mine.”

Psalm 50:11 (ESV)

Poem by denisebalog©

Photos by denisebalog©2018

Mimosa Sweet

“Entreat me not to leave you”

Cause my feet to stay.

Breathing in Your fragrance

Mimosa sweet

Summer day.”

“Entreat me not to leave you,

Or turn back from following after you;

For wherever you lodge,

I will lodge;

Your people shall be my people…”

Ruth 1:16 NKJV

Poem by denisebalog©2018

Photographs by denisebalog©2018

Heart Dance

“Easy like Sunday morning”

I can hear the music’s strand.

Perfect heart and harmony

To dance upon the land.

Morning light,

Birds in flight,

The song of cooing doves.

“Easy like Sunday morning”,

All blessings from above.”

“His glory covered the heavens

And the earth was full of His Praise.”

Habakkuk 3:3 NKJV

 

Richie, Lionel. “Easy Like Sunday Morning”. Album Encore. 2002

 

Poem by denisebalog©2018

Photos captured by denisebalog©2017

Summer’s Glory

“Labor Day weekend,

Sunny warm sky.

Roll out summer’s glory,

Soon time to say, “Goodbye”.”

 

“Yours is the day,

Yours also the night;

You have established the heavenly lights and the sun.

You have fixed all the boundaries of the earth;

You have made summer and winter.”

Psalm 74:16-17 (ESV)

 

Poem by denisebalog©2017

Photo captured by denisebalog©2017

Summer’s Song

“The sky is blue as you move along;

Hovering over the waters,

In tune with summer’s song.”

 

 

Written of my swimming friend, a beautiful black and white winged dragonfly.

He delighted me with his playful presence on a perfect summer day.

Little did I know, once visited, he would not return to hover or play.

 

Poem by denisebalog© 2017

Image credit by spirit animal – 43067868 – portrait of a light blue dragonfly

Boardwalk Strides

“Summer days,

I count each one.

Lots of time for play and fun.

Morning cool,

Afternoons of pool.

Evening tides,

Boardwalk strides.

Umbrella’s flapping in the sun,

Goodbye to June,

Your “season’s” done.

Hello July!

Light up the sky!!”

“You own the day, You own the night;

You put stars and sun in place.

You laid the four corners of earth,

Shaped the seasons of summer and winter.”

Proverbs 74:16-17 (The Message)

Happy Fourth of July!!

Poem by denisebalog©2017

Length of Days – June

“We’re on the threshold of July;

When did June gets wings to fly!

Longer days;

Length to play,

But yet June choose to fly away.

Mr. June, your

Gone too soon.

Prepare the sky,

Here comes July!”

“The day is Yours, and Yours also the night;

You establish the sun and the moon.

It was You who set all the boundaries of the earth;

You made both the summer and the winter.”

Psalm 74:16-17 (NIV)

 

 

Photos captured at Cross and Crown Cowboy Camp for Children June 2017

Poem by denisebalog©2017

Have You Not Heard! A New Thing

“New Day,

New Month,

New Season,

New Change.

Purposely setting

One foot in front of the other;

Embracing Life,

Never the same!”

 

“Do not remember the former things,

Nor consider the things of old.

Behold, I will do a new thing,

Now it shall spring forth;

Shall you not know it?

I will even make a road in the wilderness and

Rivers in the desert.”

Isaiah 43:18-19 NKJV

 Poem by denisebalog©

 

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“A “suddenly” Lord, have they not heard!

You are Faithful, Loyal and True to Your Word”

Poem quote from Day One

Forty Days to the Cross – A Time of Reflection by denisebalog

Available on Amazon

Dolphins Tune

Journal Note:

Cooler – about 3:00 a.m. a true North wind blew –

The dolphin wind chimes tinkled in tune to the

Coolness of the north wind. –

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“No west wind blew.

No east wind came.

The North wind echoed,

“There’s been a change!”

The South rose up and said,

“It’s still summer here!”

“Be gone cold wind,

It’s my time of year!”

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“I bring the warmth up from the west;

Dry desert winds that

Bake and test!”

“Go back from where, and

Whist you came,

“South” winds blow

Is still my name!!”

 

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Poem by denisebalog©

Enjoy your summer Saturday!

blessings,

denise