Posted in December 2018, Etheree

On a City Sidewalk

Holding hands in prayer

God gave me an chance to pray for you

Today. A stranger whom I now know as

Lori. Twas a chance meeting.

God put me there in front of

You sitting in the cold,

Eyes filled with tears,

Homeless yet

Knew Jesus

And He

You

Etheree

God Bless You Lori. “He is the “God Who Sees You” and He will help you.

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Posted in Acrostic, Christian, December 2018, Holiday

CHRISTMAS CAROLS-Acrostic

angelic choir
C
ome All Ye Faithful
He Has Come, The Christ Of God
Rejoice, Rejoice This Happy Morn
It’s Christmas Day
Sing Ye Songs Of Praise
To Us A Child Of Hope Is Born
Mortals Awake, With Angels Join
A Babe Is Born In Bethlehem
Sing, Oh Sing This Blessed Morn

Christians Awake, Salute The Happy Morn
A Babe Is Born, To Bliss Us Bring
Rejoice, Rejoice, Ye Christians
On The Birthday Of The Lord
Let Us All With Gladsome Voice
Shout The Glad Tidings

Acrostic
(Each line is the title of a Christmas Carol.)

All Christmas Songs A to Z
http://www.singalongfestivetunes.com/all-christmas-songs-a-z/

Posted in Elegy, November 2018

Goodbye Lily

Lily, Oregon Zoo Baby elephant
Picture captured from https://goo.gl/images/SCyfuF

In the Autumn we mourn

One who left too soon

Lily, November born

Bid us ‘bye neath the moon

Full of joy was Lil’ Lily

Happy baby elephant

Playful and sweet was she

In spirit, confident

Though illness took her away

From us and her family

We honor her today

For her sweet memory

Elegy

I am saddened by this news as I remember when Lily was born and everyone in Portland got the opportunity to vote on a name for her. I voted for the name Lily and was so happy it was chosen for her. It fit her perfectly. She was so sweet, lively, joyful and happy. She would have been 6 years old today 😪

https://www.oregonzoo.org/news/2018/11/zoo-heartbroken-6-year-old-lily-succumbs-virus

Posted in November 2018, Shadorma

“Down With a Cold”

Fever, cold, sickness

“Under the weather”

(Whatever that means.)

“Not myself”

“Feeling ill”

(Idioms for I’m not well)

“Abit out of sorts”

Shadorma

The Urban Dictionary says:

“To be under the weather is to be unwell. … Originally it meant to feel seasick or to be adversely affected by bad weather. The term is correctly ‘under the weather bow’ which is a gloomy prospect; the weather bow is the side upon which all the rotten weather is blowing.”