PRAISE acrostic poem

P ray the Psalms
R enew and rejoice
A nd then be
I nspired to write and
S ing songs (old and new)
E ach day

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“A bright New Year”

“A bright New Year”

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Thank you for your visits to Poems From Psalms And Nature.

The Psalms Series 2020 was an encouragement. I have only briefly looked at the 2020 Stats, but my sense is that the Psalms series is helpful.

Good structure for me as well, and I learned more technical skills. As I reprinted verses, I proofread carefully. This led to a focus on writing craft.

Most of all — faith, comfort, hope, empathy, love, gratitude, praise.

One day at a time. Take good care.

Ellen Grace Olinger

Thanksgiving Poem by Charles A. Waugaman

Thanksgiving Complete

Father, I wish to praise You for the whole
of life. Besides these blessings obvious
and bright with benediction for the soul;
beyond intangibles that comfort us
when doubters cower under circumstance
and faithless people cast all hope on wealth;
even before the graces that advance
our comfort, pleasure, family and health,
I would give thanks for pain, displeasure, fear,
reversals that avoid the cul-de-sac
of pride, anxieties, and every tear
that draws me near through prejudice or lack
to Your forgiveness. Surely all is good
that leads me into doing what I should.

Charles A. Waugaman (1932 – 2010)

WITHIN The Circle Of Seasons
Poems by Charles A. Waugaman
Elin Grace Publishing
ISBN 0-9729848-1-X
2003, Author Copyright
All Rights Reserved

The Psalms Series: May 2020 Index

The Psalms Series: May 2020 Index is a new Page.

The Pages and Archives are filed under MENU.

The first two Pages for this series are:

The Psalms Series: March 2020 Index

The Psalms Series: April 2020 Index