Inspired Poetry: Plenty

December 15, 2008 at 6:41 am Leave a comment

Inspired Poetry

Inspired Poetry

As I reflect on Gratitude during the “Words on Gratitude Series” I also reflect on what I am grateful for in this poem. I hope it inspires you!

Plenty

I look around this room.
My home, my space and I
realize something.
What I have inside of me is
more abundant than what I
have outside of me.
I have plenty hope.
That hope has seen me
through so much
heartache.
That’s not something that can
be measured by external standards
or man made contraptions.
I have plenty.
I have plenty belief in what
I am doing and what I am
accomplishing.
I don’t work, I serve.
I serve my community.
I serve God.
I do what I am meant to do by serving.
I have plenty.
I have plenty faith.
No moment of rest and “what
am I doing?”
has ever stopped me from continuing.
I have plenty.
I have plenty of what
ever I need inside of me.
You have plenty.
What ever you need is inside of
You.
You are plenty.

You are more than enough.

Until Next Time,
Kimmy B.

P.S. Read more Inspired Poetry here. Don’t forget to comment.

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