Sliver of Glass

mosaic

Sliver of Glass

By: carole l.haines

As the mist settles like a Bridal Veil upon the Thirsty Land

And the morning light breaks across the sky, we meander hand in hand

Reminiscing of times we shared, the laughter, tears and pain

How we’ve lived the age-old tale of nothing ventured, nothing gained

 We’re Seeing life through a sliver of glass

Where the light reflects and the rainbows dance

Where we gaze together thru Smokey glass

Sharing glimpses of the road ahead

And shadows of the life we’ve had

Fragile as a fresh spun web soaked in drops of morning dew

Clinging to the towering cliffs where harsh winds are howling through

Our lives are bridging chasms in Shadow lands of Misty Blue

Where hope surprises us with joyful sounds of laughter between us two

 We’re Seeing life through a sliver of glass

Where the light reflects and the rainbows dance

Where we gaze together thru Smokey glass

Sharing glimpses of the road ahead

And shadows of the life we’ve had

As the dust settles from our lives

When what’s lost is found and tears are dried

Our dreams are often realized

less in the here and now

more in the by and by

mosaic

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May God's Truth prevail and Love triumph, where we have failed. Amen
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2 Responses to Sliver of Glass

  1. Renee says:

    That is lovely and evokes such a sense of peace. Great way to start my day! Thanks Carole.
    Renee

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    • eloracseniah says:

      Thanks Renee’. it gives me peace to realize that no matter how fragile my life may feel
      I know God is holding my life and my beautiful Bruce’s life, and the lives of all our children
      Have a great day.

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