Brighter Horizons to Come


Although dimming lights seem to persist, our own credibility, not to exist,

There is a brighter day still coming, honey bees still humming, to insist.

Don't look at today, look at tomorrow, there our betterment, no sorrow,

Now upon us, good tidings to bestow, as our heartfelt thanks all to grow.



Sometimes everything seems so grey, we search so hastily for a better day,

All the while we forget our main goal, when it then takes its toll, in every way.

We try to shut out bad from good, ignore best courses to take; one we should.

We can't seem to find our way, wrong, what we do, to say; change, if we could.


More beautiful horizons await for us all, those seen in Summer and Fall,

Billowing clouds answer our call, as lovely ladies each dressed for a ball.

Winter's solitude, the Springtime's grace, each to take heart in all's place,

Such happiness, we then embrace, as this seen in smiles upon every face.


The Lord God, creator of man, very well knows our natures, to understand,

His love he displays, in many special ways, in pictures drawn by his hand.

Such marvels, are our places, granted, to us by his graces, each so grand.

His benevolence helps us along, just like a happy song, all as he's planned.

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MsDora 6 weeks ago from The Caribbean

Thanks for the themes of hope and trust in your poem. Your pictures demonstrate some of the scenes drawn by the Creator's hand.


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whonunuwho 6 weeks ago from United States Author

Thank you for your nice words and always inspiring to me to create more poetry, my friend. whonu


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Gypsy Rose Lee 5 weeks ago from Riga, Latvia

Lovely and inspirational and wonderful pics.


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whonunuwho 5 weeks ago from United States Author

Thank you my friend. whonu

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