Wednesday Words Poetry Challenge: Fly and Sing (Synonyms Only)

Hello campbellsworld visitors and followers one and all.
It is with wondrous joyful pleasure I bring you yet another poem and song by Abbie Johnson Taylor.
If you listen to her read her poem and sing the song which inspired it you’ll get a blessing like nothing you’ve had so far this holiday season.
It will lift your spirits, and you too will fly with Abbie.
You will be “Carried” away with this in a very special and blessed way.
Thanks so much Abbie for sharing your most excellent talent with us.
Happy holidays everyone.
You know? For someone who declared she wasn’t gonna celebrate I’m doing a heck of a lot of it this year, and it is because of Abbie’s loving way of presenting that it is so.

My Corner

Image contains: Abbie, smiling.The following nonet was inspired by Colleen Chesebro’s weekly poetry challenge and a song. This week’s words are “fly” and “sing,” and you’ll note that I used “carry tunes” and “soaring” as synonyms. You can click the button below the poem to hear me recite it, then play and sing the song that also inspired it.

SINGING CHRISTMAS PRAISES

During the holiday season, I
carry tunes of joy, peace, hope, love,
celebrate this holy night
of the blessed Saviour’s birth
with soaring voice, heart,
fall to my knees
while angels
behold
Him.

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My Ideal Partner: How I Met, Married, and Cared for the Man I Loved Despite Debilitating Odds

That’s Life: New and Selected Poems

How to Build a better Mousetrap: Recollections and Reflections of a Family Caregiver

We Shall Overcome

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4 Responses to Wednesday Words Poetry Challenge: Fly and Sing (Synonyms Only)

  1. Thank you for re-blogging, Patty.

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    • Patty says:

      You’re very welcome.

      You’ve brought the Christmas spirit back to me in a very wonderful way.

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      • You know, Patty, you’re not the only one who struggles during the holiday season. After losing my late husband in 2012 and my father a year later, Christmas hasn’t been quite the same. Your words move me. Thank you.

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      • Patty says:

        Oh, I do not mean to give the impression that I’m the only one struggling. I think it’s a very over rated holiday and that people are not quite nearly as happy as they pretend.

        I think many have lost the meaning and spirit and you have brought it back in wondrous ways for me.

        I mentioned you this evening in my Favorite Posts and mentions: 18 Minutes of Praise post.

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