Saw it in my face …
Peaceful realization …
Divine within me
© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011
Carry On Tuesday
Prompt: This week, the first words from “I Saw it in the Mirror” by Abba
include all or part of: “I saw it the mirror, I saw it in my face”
About becca givens
Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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Oh! To have your talent.
Thanks for the visit to my faces in stone.
Ahh, Rita, thank you for your kind words … I believe your chronicles are photos married with words! A treat for the eyes and the spirit! Appreciate your visit; hope you visit again! 🙂
Gorgeous…and so true 🙂
Appreciate your words of encouragement, Cynthia! Thank you for visiting.
Oh to achieve such peaceful realization within ourselves! Beautiful poem.
One of the greatest milestones ~
A godly countenance…an image that reflects God…so all can see Jesus. Perfect!
Thank you Elaine – appreciate your visit and comment.
so restful and enchanting..!
goal in life ~ xoxo
thats the most blessed discovery.
long process 😉 … thank you!
fully, absolutely agree.
I love the positive vibe this gives off, some of the poets of today are so gloom and doom and now don’t get me wrong I love all poetry but to read one that gives hope or assures that life can be good well that is the best poetry of all!
Ahh, Amanda, that is one of the nicest compliments ever … and it means, my blog’s goal is on the right track … thank you for visiting. Please come back for a visit anytime! 🙂
What a beautiful poem is so few words. And the poem so reflected the illustration. What a lovely post. Thank you. And, thank you for visiting my blog as well. I look forward to more visits – both ways!
Thank you for your kind words. I am happy to have followed a breadcrumb to your site. ~becca
Beautiful, and true for each of us
when the realization sets in – it is a calming force! thank you for visiting ~becca
So beautiful, Rebecca, truly lovely! hugs, pat
🙂 Glad you stopped by for a visit! xoxox
I wrote on my blog recently about the daffodils heralding spring. Beautiful poem.
they are indeed the announcers of spring ~~ glad you liked “Saffron Bonnets” ~becca
thats a wonderful realization 🙂
yes it is … very quiet and serene!