23 thoughts on “Glory

  1. Kim, congratulations and a big thank you for nominating me for the very inspiring blog award.Thank you so much for having me in mind. I appreciate this from the bottom of my heart and I am sorry for responding very late due to my absence and alot of messages in my inbox. My blog is an award free blog and I try to maintain this. Please, I do hope that this will not hurt you in anyway. Once again, thank you my friend for all your support. More of God’s blessings to you and yours in the name of Jesus Christ.


    • Not a long poem or many lines this time. Simple words popping into my head. Hoping to lift my spirits as life transitions into a new ‘season.’ Blessings to you, dear friend.


  2. Beautiful! Fall becomes quickly! I thought of you this weekend, Kim! My family and I took an overnight to St. Louis for my birthday celebrations- visited the zoo and went to the top of the Gateway Arch ( was on my bucket list). There were four seasons over the course of two days haha!


    • So sweet to think of me, Alisa! I wish we could have met for a cup of coffee. How lucky you and your family were to visit our delightful city and zoo! St. Louis has many hidden ‘treasures’ too. Let me know if you ever get back so I can ‘map’ them out for you. Lovely to hear from you, Alisa. Thank you so much for visiting my blog today! Blessings, my friend. 🙂


      • I will take you up on that if we head back that way, thanks! My husband set up a one on one penguin encounter for me at the zoo, a lifelong dream of mine- and we wanted to take the kids to the zoo. It was a quick overnight, but I know I’d love to see more of St. Louis one day. For this trip, it was all about the penguins haha. Hope your week has been a good one!


  3. This poem is very special, it holds lots of meaning. I think of family members who loved gardening, that they may be in Heaven’s garden. The bright petals, they have a really pretty glow of pink upon the golden color. Iridescent like a butterfly, new life beyond the wall… I hope that you find peace and contentment in writing your poetry, Kim, as I feel it giving me a calmness reading it. Thanks for this lovely poem and photo, too!


  4. Okay… now i`m really surprised! I didn`t know, you`ve also got a talent behind millions of talents–Talent of writing poetry. You touched the heart. Well… sounds fascinating by me!

    A glory`s always found in beholder`s eyes who always shapes the spectacular-view of garden of Eden with the transparent incense of his blossom heart. I happen to know one thing `bout “beauty” that.. it`s nothing but everything that makes a wake-up to (panoramic-view of) happiness so, if the beauty`s found in a flower, the happiness`d be in its aroma. Eventually. And, if my variant heart confirms that the beauty`s found in you beautiful ones then, I must say… it`d be found into the fathoms of your words; in an every mist of your cold-muse–which belong to literacy. In fine, Even the literature`s itself a garden of “Glory” so is a flower… so are you. Excellent job, Kim! I`ve always got a great time with your blogs. Indeed. Keep it up the great work!


    • Beautiful words you write to compliment my posts, Chris. As a writer, it is my greatest wish to touch others in some small way, be it deep within their hearts and souls or a slight tap upon their shoulder. My words of course or intangible, they can only be read for meaning during that very moment or pocketed away for a later time and place Thank you always for reading and commenting. I so appreciate your time in letting me know how much they mean to you. Blessings for a great week ahead.


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