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Vision (Journeys of Yesterday)

Where is your heart trapped within

By gone times and forever past sins?

Or treasured memories from remarkable days

From fresh new beginnings and unsullied ways?

 

With anticipation seize the day!

Opportunity is now gazing your way,

Open the door to endless vision

Never give in to faintness provision.

 

Dreams come true its purpose not to defeat

Journeys of yesterday turn into retreats,

Success in only what life that we make

For tomorrow is yesterday full of mistakes.

 

KathyJSnow©

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8 thoughts on “Vision (Journeys of Yesterday)

  1. A beautiful poem, Kathy. It really hit home. God is asking me to review circumstances through different lenses and it can be hard to let go of painful things that have hurt us. Your words “Opportunity is now gazing your way ~ open the door to endless vision ~” really moved and challenged me. Thank you! Blessings 🙂 xx

    • Oh that is wonderful Joy! I find so often looking “through different lenses” God reveals His love and lets us know it is ok to let go! He is holding us safe within His grace! Thank you for your kind words! Prayers and blessings. 🙂 xx

  2. Thank you, Kathy, for this poem today! I really enjoyed it, and more than that, it made me think. Whether past sins, (or just regrets,) “or treasured memories from remarkable days,” the result of too much time caught in our past is the same: we are immobilized, paralyzed, and robbed off the energy, inspiration, and motivation to make the most of today. Your last line, too, is a great reminder: “For tomorrow is yesterday full of mistakes.” Just as we remember some yesterdays with regret or chagrine for our missteps and imperfections, so our tomorrows will not be perfect either. The important thing is that we not fail to live, now, in the moment, and to maximize that thing that we can actually do something about. Good job on your development of these thoughts!

    • Neil. Your words in return are encouragement to me!”The important thing is that we not fail to live, now, in the moment, and to maximize that thing that we can actually do something about.” Thank you. Neil, for your kind words. Appreciated.

      Blessings,
      Kathy

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