Monday, September 6, 2010

Microfiction Monday In Blue







Lost in the sea
With towering waves
Blocking my way,
2 God I pray,
Please halt my grieves
by leading the way
2 a safe and sound bay.


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An Entry 4 Micro-fiction Monday at Stony River By Susan:
http://www.stonyriver.ie/2010/09/microfiction-monday-47.html

and an entry 4 Blue Monday:
http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/2010/09/blue-monday-happy-labor-day.html
Happy Labor Day,
Happy Monday!

45 comments:

SmilingSally said...

Beautiful blues.

Happy Blue Monday, Jingle! Check out my book giveaway.

Robert Llloyd said...

Jingle I love the Imagery of this poem. It reminds me of days gone by when I learned to surf in Hawaii. Man did I ever want for the safe sand of land lol.

TALON said...

It would be so scary to be lost at sea and a relief to gain a safe harbor. Lovely, Jingle.

hope said...

And I'm betting prayers like that get answered. :)

Diane said...

A beautiful song you've given us! :O)

Myrna R. said...

Beautiful poem.

Not all of us surf in the ocean, but we all do tackle huge waves in life.

Thanks for this.

lakeviewer said...

Amen! We're all on those waves, reaching for shore!

Ellie said...

A Beautifully crafted poem. Have a wonderful week.

sylviamorice said...

This was lovely. Have a wonderful week. Cheers!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Happy Blue Monday Jingle Sweetie...
My what a wonderful share today. You are such a talented writer. I love the poem and the photos you chose are just perfect.

Yes what a beautiful blue Monday. Happy Labor Day sweet friend.

Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Friko said...

A beautiful post, in word, image and sentiment.

Claudia said...

to a safe and sound bay…so beautiful jingle!
the water looks inviting..

Suz said...

such beautiful words
and an ever true request
wonderful Jingle

Rebecca said...

Beautiful pics

LV said...

Loved your post today. You have a very nice blog and are very talented.

हेमंत कुमार ♠ Hemant Kumar said...

It's poetry---photograph---life---philosphy and so many things --that can we imagine.Nice and beautiful.
Hemant

Sam Liu said...

Beautiful, refreshing poem, Jingle. And I love the pictures - blue is my favourite colour :)

SouthLakesMom said...

Lovely, Jingle! I started my visits backwards today so I'm so glad I began with you!

Pat said...

I like your poem. We all have waves that block our way at times or even threaten to overwhelm us, but God will carry us through if we give it over to Him.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Happy Blue Day Jingle, enjoy the poem very much.

Have a good day.
Yvonne.

jabblog said...

Beautiful!

Thom said...

Excellent my friend and very beautiful :)

Dulce said...

Beautiful!!!!
;)

John's comments said...

a poem in blue Thanks for dropping by to read my 140. Sorry for the delay but dealing with drama of son having to dash across Italy to catch his flight. Hope your week goes better then his!

Peggy said...

Love the way your write my friend and today's MF is no different.
Just beautiful !

Jim said...

Very nice, Jingle. Prayer is good at a time like this. My boatsman said a prayer using HiTech, to the wrong god. :)
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william said...

sometimes it answers everything, well done xxx

Jillien said...

Amen! This is a prayer for every day turbulence.

septembermom said...

Lovely poem!

J Bar said...

Beautiful blue shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

A Blog In The Rough said...

great post "killing two birds" with one post. :)

g-man said...

Jingle Belle...
Loved the story and the pics...
Thanks

Lourie said...

Wonderful, Jingle...absolutely wonderful!

Someone Is Special said...

Wonderful.. Beautiful Blues...

--Someone Is Special--

croleyc69 said...

Such beautiful blues . I loved it so much !!

Caroline

Mia Mirza said...

Lovely =) And thanks for following!

Prayer Girl said...

Very nice take on this MFM. Beautiful pictures too.

Thanks for all your kind comments on my blog.

PG

Amy said...

Wow great writing as ever. Have a wonderful Tuesday..

Mama Zen said...

Hope you get there!

Michael G-G said...

Great poem/prayer, Jingle! I particularly like the "please halt my grieves" line.

Have a great week.

Rajlakshmi said...

thats a lovely poem... :)
nice microfiction :)

Jen said...

That first photo is making me want to jump on a plane headed for Hawaii.

Dom* said...

Our fears come calm near
With God and the guidance here
We get led back to our inner being
As it is the Soul doing the seeing
So as we come to grips with it is to be
We will never be lost like we were out at sea

enjoy and Happy Tuesday to ya Jingle(+)
soulbro*:)xo--{--@

Scott said...

a prayer, a poem, a photo or two :-) and finally relief, very nice!

Dr. Chandana Shekar said...

Beautiful..

Loved it.

Thanks for commenting on my MM.

Cheers :)