Safe and Sound (an acrostic poem)

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Scripture reference;

“For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind”.  2 Timothy 1:7 KJV

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“Safe and Sound”  by Theresa Anne Moore

S nuggling in a blanket of warmth and
A ffection while all that would threaten is so
F ar removed that
E ven its shadow is extinguished.

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S teadily fixed gazing upward while
O ccupied with matters
U nder which fault lines
N ever resided, that prove to
D epict divine devotion

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12 thoughts on “Safe and Sound (an acrostic poem)

  1. Caddo Veil says:

    I love the acrostic, Theresa–and what a gorgeous angel baby!!

  2. I might swap it out for a picture I have of one of my kids when they were babies (one is 18 and the other will be 25 in March), and re-post this some day. 🙂

  3. Debbie says:

    Oh what a beautiful and comforting poem! And baby! You have me thinking about being safe and sound in Him tonight .. .thank you! 🙂 love and prayers!
    deb

  4. bendedspoon says:

    Lovely poem Theresa. I just had recapped in my thoughts all the wonderful things God blessed me with this week. His love never fails to warm my heart. Hugggs ang love to you 🙂

  5. Theresa, I so love your poem and the image, so perfectly stunning and beautiful!

  6. coastalmom says:

    I reread this again with more time allowed and you nailed it when you titled this one Safe And Sound! Doesn’t the smile on that baby’s face say it all?
    OH if only we could just bottle that feeling!
    🙂

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