Loving One Another

What Do You See?


What Do You See?

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When you open your eyes
To look at this world
What kinds of sights
To your eyes are unfurled?

Do you see through glasses
That are sparkling and bright
Or is your vision clouded
By the absence of light?

Pray to have eyes
That can see the best
In the sights around you
Let go of the rest

Pray that your heart
Can forgive the worst
Of the behavior
Of those who thirst

They thirst for a mind
That forgives all the bad
And remembers the things
That make us feel glad

They thirst for a soul
That has peace, faith, and joy
It seems that they focus
On the things that annoy

But that’s not our life
We each have a choice
We can focus on things
That make us rejoice

I see your new posts
I see your concerns
I see into your heart
I know that it yearns

I pray that your worries
Your doubts and your fears
Can be seen through glasses
That wipe away tears

Wouldn’t it be nice if
All glasses had a set
Of windshield wipers?
They’d be bestsellers, I bet!

See ya tomorrow


Comments on: "What Do You See?" (8)

  1. This is so beautiful, and brought me to tears–I am ever praying to be “changed from glory to glory as I behold HIM”. And I must trust that HE who began a good work WILL complete it. God bless you, much love, Zael ❤

    • God bless you for your lovely response! Yes, I know God, ever Faithful Creator, is at work in each of us. I can SEE it! 👍🏽❤️

      • Isn’t it wonderful when we get a glimpse of progress? Not in a prideful way, but I admit I celebrate those moments/days–thank Him over and over ❤

  2. Your poem touched my heart❤️

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