Friday, March 4, 2011

Who I Am

A small town
With a big night sky.
Majestic Godly lights
Sprinkle the sky
And sometimes fly

Almost hidden

Bumps and Bruises
All okay
At the end of the day

Memories treasured
Wrapped with love
Sealed with HIS hand
Held in HIS heart
From heaven above

At the end of the day
A piece of my heart
Found deep in the ground
In several spots
Sprinkled around

Wherever I go
Wherever I am
Illegitimate, ragamuffin child
Can still be found
It's very simply
Who I am

By HIS mercy and in the very grip of HIS grace,


Divine Mrs D said...

Absolutely beautiful :)

Jeanette Levellie said...

I love the art and cadence of your poetry, Andrea. But I don't see you as an illegitimate, ragamuffin child. I see you as a princess. And so does the King.

Wanda's Wings said...

Lovely poem.

Diana said...

That was beautiful Andrea!
Love Di ♥

Southern Lady said...

That was beautiful! Carla

Rita said...

What a lovely writing, Andrea. But you are not a ragamuffin, but a child of the King!

Lisa Buffaloe said...

Beautiful, sweet Andrea. Hugs to you as we journey onward with our amazing God!

God Is Enthralled By Your Beauty said...

Daughter of The Righteous King! You are a creative writer revealing the legitimacy and princess that you truly are, even before you were formed in your mother's womb! Beautifully his, Teresa

Goose Hill Farm said...

BEAUTIFUL....just like you!

I completely agree with you, Jeanette. You ARE a princess! :> )


Beth E. said...

Awesome, Andrea! I love to read your poetry. :-)


Sharon Kirby said...

Oh, I loved this poem, Andrea. Simply beautiful.


Renee said...

Beautiful poem, Andrea...THank you for sharing it with all of us.

Tracy said...

You are EXACTLY who you are meant to be...that is very captivating; thank you for such insight!

Rebecca said...

At the end of the day
A piece of my heart
Found deep in the ground
In several spots
Sprinkled around

These lines are poetry in every sense of the word. I really like the "word picture" here - and I think it captures what Jesus does with a person who is yielded and willing..."except a seed dies..."
John 12:24.

Chester said...

I love the imagery that your poem creates Andrea. It's easy to feel like an insignificant ragamuffin in the splendor of nature. But just as pollution dirties our surroundings, sin has dirtied us. Thanks be to God for providing us our Savior, Jesus Christ who makes us pure and clean in our Father's eyes!

Chester's Mom ;0-)

*I don't get to visit many blogs anymore and am even having trouble finding time to post my own! Thank you for the award you gave to Chester and I the other week-I appreciate it! I pray that God continues to bless you and your family.

Mich said...

beautiful poem

Thanks for the prayers the other day. Just having one of those days.

Tammi said...

Dear Andrea, I'm so glad you left a comment on my blog---it was such an encouragement to my heart... and here, you have become a double blessing! What a heartfelt poem-- thank you for sharing this with us. Sometimes it's hard to put into words how we feel; however, the Lord has blessed you with the gift of expressing your heart in a vivid way that paints a beautiful picture!! Thank you for ministering through the Holy Spirit to us. PS...I hope your hubby had a wonderful b-day. I "left my 30's behind" on that day and embarked on a journey into my 40's on March 1. (I never realized how fast the big 4-0 would arrive.) LOL


Beautiful poem Andrea~~
thanks on the table cloth (:)

Terri Tiffany said...

I love this poem--:) I pray your day is spectacular and filled with God's grace:)

Jackie said...

Beautiful...thanks for sharing this with us.


Jessica said...

Simply beautiful...a blessing for all who read it. Thank you :)