Sunday, April 28, 2013

Sunday is Just n Time

I did not get to use this boat, having found it after letter J was published.  I have more boats than I can shake an oar at.  I'll just add them later.  This is a pre-written post for Sunday.  Since mine were almost all pre-written, I decided I'd still do a poem on Sundays.  Why not?  I'm not writing them on Sunday, and I'm not even posting them; they're automatic.  So I am good to go.  I can write one for Sunday and just not be there.  So know that if you comment on these, that I will just be a day late in responding to you...(even though I may take a peek at dinner time).  Oh, and if you get a chance - and you are here anyway, because you are reading this now...PLEASE check out X on Saturday!  It was so hard to find an X, and I was so pleased to have found it.  And X (for Xtreme Measures) has such a neat story to go with her, that I would so like to have more than only two people to have read it - thanks Catherine and Sania for checking in, reading and commenting yesterday!
Have a glorious Sunday!
Just n Time

"Just N Time"

It's Sunday and it's come just in time -
Just in time for me to stop,
Breathe,
Be still,
Listen,
Set aside these boats and poems,
Gather my Bible and Hymnal,
Sing,
Learn,
Teach,
Take my space in a pew and pray,
Make time in my day, my week, my life
For thanks giving,
For praises,
For worship.
It's Sunday, and it's come just in time.
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Another boat left off my poem list is Illusion.  I'll catch the illusion later and give it a real poem shortly.
"Illusion"
I've given just the "illusion" that I am posting on Sunday...
It's really Saturday.  Heh, heh...
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6 comments:

  1. LOL. I almost never post directly. They're almost all scheduled, even outside of April. But when I do post that day, I feel like it's "Just N Time."

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    1. Yes, it is certainly easier to think ahead than post for the same day!

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  2. Donna
    Thanks for popping by. Your X-letter is haunting and gives one the yearning to be home. I enjoyed your poetry on the Sat and Sun. Extreme Measure.... I wonder what kind of thought processing went into that name.
    I hope you are resting and enjoying your Sunday.
    Manzanita

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    1. Had a great Sunday. And I wondered about the name Xtreme Measures, too. Then it's later story about being lost at sea was a bit extreme!

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    1. Thanks, Lynn. It was a lovely day!

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