A Little about Me

Over at dVerse Poets Pub we’re celebrating the 4-year anniversary of the pub with Marina’s prompt that calls us to get to know each other a little better. Each poet is to pick six words—three that describe us and three that describe things or people we are grateful for. Then we are to write a poem of no more than twelve lines using those six words.

My words are: beloved, fearless, writer, grace, encouragement, beauty

A Little about Me

I know deep in my heart that I am beloved
for my God has told me so
His Word is my evidence
His grace is my proof

Once known as the fearful one
now I stand strong and fearless
Confident of my purpose, sure of my salvation
Thankful for the encouragement
of friends, family, and my God

I am a writer, not because I write, but simply because
I was created with a passion to share the beauty
of my Creator and His creation

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26 responses to “A Little about Me

  1. I like your word choices and how you write about the change you’ve experienced within yourself.

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  2. Marvelous strong truths, and in lovely writing.

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  3. Yes.. to reflect CREATOR
    is in CREATING.. imagination
    swirling with eyes of GOD..
    reflecting human soUl of
    heArt in SpiRit expressing..
    God does flow WITH
    WE who please
    aLIVE in Art
    in being
    ALL..:)

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  4. Spreading good words is something we all can do….you did it beautifully!

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  5. Amen! I write because he gave me this gift. It is our calling!

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  6. I so love how strong and sure this is. And the word choices of fearless and beloved. It reminds me, as I am walking through a storm myself, of the sureness of His grace and His love and protection. Thank you.

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  7. I.

    I love the closing stanza. It completely captures your relationship with God and who you are.

    “His Word is my evidence
    His grace is my proof”

    My pre-teen daughter is struggling with her beliefs, so this really touches me. You’re so right. Grace IS the proof we need. In the moments of greatest suffering, desperation, and emptiness, nothing can pull us up other than grace.

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    • There’s nothing wrong with struggling with beliefs — it means there are beliefs there to care about. God will be with her in the struggle and I pray grace does serve as the proof she needs. Peace, Linda

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  8. Really full of your heart–beautiful!

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  9. It’s so wonderful that you are now fearless and so strong in your faith. Actually, this poem says more than just a little about you. Lovely.

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  10. Beautifully constructed 🙂

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  11. Is it this line where you say you cheated and combined it into one?
    ‘I am a writer, not because I write, but simply because’
    I think it works perfectly as one line – and in fact that whole final stanza is just perfect, I wouldn’t change a thing. I really like your word choices – fearless and beloved – how wonderful!

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  12. Such a noble thought to share beauty and meaning of God’s creations in form of writing 🙂 Loved this poem.

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  13. If we’d been able to choose more than six words, I certainly would have added grace. And, fearless, too. And don’t they go hand-in-hand.

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  14. good to know who you are, I think in the near future faith will be tested by the world…

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  15. I admire your passion to share the beauty of your Creator & His Creation ~

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  16. X

    When you know – that is all that matters. It frees you to do what you are called to do, and not have that dictated to you by the world.

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  17. you know… his love has carried me through quite some valleys already… and it amazes me again and again… now i have this song in mind “i will sing of your love forever….” smiles

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