Morning Meditation [for Friday Fictioneers]

Well, here is my first attempt at any type of writing challenge…

PHOTO PROMPT Copyright - Erin Leary

PHOTO PROMPT Copyright – Erin Leary

Morning Meditation (~80 words)
Walking down my favorite path,
the fog occluding a masterpiece of a sunrise.
Thoughts turning to the One
whose mercies are new every morning,
and  whose faithfulness is great.
Note to self:  “Work on that ‘mercy’ thing.
Try being quicker to forgive.
Stay on the path and
keep the ‘fence’ in sight.
If you find yourself in a dark place,
the ‘fence’  will guide you on the way.”
Rounding the bend, the fog begins to lift…

Reference: Lamentations 3:21-23 (ISR) ” This I recall to my mind, therefore I wait:
22 The kindnesses of יהוה! For we have not been consumed, For His compassions have not ended.
23 They are new every morning, Great is Your trustworthiness.

* “Friday Fictioneers” is a group, led up by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, 

where a photo prompt launches a 100 word story.


16 thoughts on “Morning Meditation [for Friday Fictioneers]

  1. Beth, A creative use of the prompt and lovely reflection. Welcome to Friday Fictioneers! I agree that we need to be more merciful and God will direct us if we listen. —Susan

  2. Dear Beth,

    Chadasheem Labkareem. They are new every morning. Hard to remember sometimes, isn’t it? Welcome to Friday Fictioneers, my dear. Good use of the prompt.



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