Sleep ends and the day begins,
Under no circumstance will you fail,
Revive your spirit, look up and carry on.
Voice your thanks for a new day, a new opportunity,
In hope and faith as you breath and move forward,
Valiant in your search for a better life,
Always trying to do the best you can,
Letting nothing get you down.
Sonia Parham 2016
As I drove home tonight,
What did I see?
The big bright moon,
Staring down at me.
Peeking between the clouds
And shining so bright,
As if to say,
It will be alright.
You see me through the clouds,
Now trust and believe,
That all, is as it should be.
Remember the One,
Who put me in the sky,
He always has you in His sight.
Sonia Parham 4-19-16
Lord, why do I feel blue?
Even thought I know You,
Each morning and night,
I pray to stay positive in this life.
There are days I awake to blue,
As the day goes, the darker the hue,
Until I’m in a deep dark pit.
I cry out “Oh Lord help me!”
“Are you there? I can’t see Your light.”
Then in between my cries I hear,
A still small voice, saying “Draw near,
I have a hold of your hand, though you have let go,
Look up my child and you will know,
The light and love I have for you.
Just trust and believe,
You will see,
The blue fade away,
And feel My love, the sunshine of a new day.”
Sonia R Parham 4/4/16
Oh winter wind why do you blow,
bringing the sleet, the ice and snow?
Won’t you change the path you’re on,
just keep moving and leave us alone?
Make way for springs winds to blow,
and let the pretty blooms grow.
Go away o’ bitter wind,
Move on and let the next season in.
Totally ignoring me,
From flower to Flower he goes,
Flying to and fro,
Not caring one bit that I’m near,
Thus I got this pic oh so clear.
Cool morning air,
Heavy dew on the grass,
Leaves changing color,
Gleaming like stained glass,
As the sun lights them up.
Where you going?
Where you been?
Often going and coming again.
Slow down for a moment,
Listen, see, feel and taste,
Make a point to slow your pace,
Do you notice the color of sky,
Or the sweet melody of a lullaby?
Take a moment now and then,
To break from you haste,
And let the good things soak in.