poem: for God’s glory

I am working through about 150 of my poems, trying to identify those which have potential to be published in some form, after much editing. Not that they would be marketable on a popular level. But still, a few may be diamonds in the rough. Here is one of them to consider as the day comes to a close.

fading in the night
can you see?
the twilight’s last glimpse of beauty.

red and yellow hues,
flame of azure blue.
the birth of crimson radiance.

in the wilderness, I raise my arms and cry.
without shame, I sing for love and joy.

could it be
the mystery of hope
is singing its own harmony

to the song
which fills my heart
with passion for God’s glory.

in the wilderness, I raise my arms and cry.
without shame, I sing for love and joy.

fading in the night
can you see?
the twilight’s last glimpse of beauty.

red and yellow hues,
flame of azure blue.
the birth of crimson radiance.

9 June 2008 by Glen Alan Woods

Originally posted atย  poetrybyglen.blogspot.com.

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