Tag Archives: hopeful

Becky’s Haiku: Regal and Hopeful

 

Sun shines in regal

warm splendor; hopeful now for

exit of winter.

Another haiku challenge from Ronovan Writes blog using the words “regal” and “hopeful”. If you like word challenges and haiku’s, then I invite you to also accept Ronovan’s latest challenge at this link and have fun: https://ronovanwrites.wordpress.com/category/haiku-prompt-challenge/

Keeping my HEART on Jesus

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Also in my own quiet way I am trying to keep my heart centered on Jesus in my effort to push away the gnawing pain that keeps trying to seep it’s way in. I need to let Jesus, my only true hope, dwell and shine in there so that he can push all the darkness away:

Humble yet hopeful with
Earnest love and joyful
Admiration and anticipation of
Resurrected Jesus, the Only
True Son of God

Finding Inspiration in Poetry, Photography, and in the Art of Writing

 

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As I dive further and further into the blog world, I have discovered some very hopeful and inspiring blogs to follow. I encourage you to look at these talented bloggers and writers:

Inspiration in Poetry:

To Begin with, I found several neat poems by some amazing poets: I happened to read these poems at a time when I needed a little encouragement and some comfort for my soul. Read, enjoy and may they lift your spirit too:

Source of Inspiration:   http://patcegan.wordpress.com/2014/04/29/fearless-love/

Shawn L. Bird: http://shawnbird.com/2014/04/29/poem-angel-2/

Inspiration in Photography:

This photo/poet writes beautiful poems and captures the most delicate scenes you can imagine in nature. His writing and photos are like precious gems. While I tend to focus on the bigger picture in photography, this photo artist captures the delicate and often unseen beauty of nature:

http://adabrowka.wordpress.com/2013/12/23/round-dance/

Inspiration in the Art of Writing:

This is a great blog article for us bloggers who are into blogging because we want to be writers. Whether we write poems, articles, or stories of any genre, we are looking to improve our writing skills and get ourselves out there and noticed. This article is about reading to be a good writer and lays out some keys ideas on how to do that.

Quoth the Wordsmith;

http://quoththewordsmith.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/reading-to-write/

And for us fledgling novel writers here is an interesting writing article from author Bob Mayer about taking one key idea as a basis for a novel:

http://writeitforward.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/no-matter-the-genre-many-great-books-start-with-a-one-sentence-idea/

I hope you find these blogs interesting, inspiring, and helpful as I did.