A Case of Hearts ~ For Khole

I’ve been very busy moving and getting settled for the last couple of months, and so I haven’t written much of anything, and as a result haven’t posted anything on my favorite poetry and/or writing sites. One of my favorite sites is Kellie Elmore’s, Magic in the Backyard; especially her Free Write Friday feature. I’m hoping this poem can help bring some peace, courage, and hope to Kellie and her family. (Click on the link below to see the excerpt from Kellie’s site for details about the challenge her family is facing.)

A Case of Hearts ~ For Khole

 

When the world comes crashing down

And life is full of fear and doubt

Can a penny on the sidewalk

Mean things will all work out

 

When things go from bad to worse

We must fight on and keep our faith strong

Believing all will turn out right

Even when things seem so wrong

 

For darkness can’t hide the light

Of God’s love and His great plan

And when all is said and done

It’s in God’s hands, not man’s

 

So, when dark hours are upon you

Just remember the dawn always starts

And with God’s angels as our jury

We will always win in A Case of Hearts

 

 

Copyright © 2013 C Mashburn

 

#FWF Free Write Friday: Special Edition #TeamKhole

 

The poem above was originally written to promote Kathryn Daugherty’s new novel, A Case of Hearts. When I saw Kellie’s prompt, I thought I could change it slightly and turn it into a poem for Khole. Look for the original on dVerse Poets Pub, this coming Tuesday, October 15, 2013.

 

You can check out Kathryn’s wonderful first novel at Amazon, or her website.

 

If you like romance (this one isn’t gushy like some of them) read Kathryn’s great little book!

A Case of Hearts  A Case of Hearts cover

Pennies From Heaven ~ the poem

Pennies From Heaven ~ the story

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7 Comments »

  1. Charles … this is lovely … so perfect

  2. It was so nice to see you pop up in the comments. I sure have missed you. Thank you for the lovely poem, it works just fine. I appreciate you so much.
    Thank you.
    Kellie

    • I’m glad you like it, Kellie. I’m hoping to get back into the swing of things soon!

  3. Kathy said

    A truly beautiful poem, with a strong message we all need to remember.

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