Wednesday, December 24, 2008


The ABC WEDNESDAY letter this week is 'W'

My 'W' photograph can be seen on my PLUS blog.

I wonder at the wonder
Surrounding a little story!
A baby born so long ago
Now imbued with pomp and glory.
I wonder at the wonder
If perchance it should be true.
And I wonder at the ways of man
And what belief can do.
I wonder at the wondrous words,
Tale-telling down the ages,
And I wonder at the power of books
And their reverential pages.
I wonder at world-wide beliefs,
Passed down through generations.
Widely accepted everywhere
Without any reservations.
We live in a world of wonder
Whatever's false or true,
And it's a wonder in itself.....
What wondering can do!


mrsnesbitt said...

Brenda you will appreciate the blessing shared by our Bishop of Whitby over on my blog!

Such a moving post. Thanks & Merry Christmas.

Bear Naked said...

Merry Christmas Brenda.

Seasons greetings from my blog to your blog.

Bear((( )))

antigoni said...

Excellent post. Merry Christmas.

photowannabe said...

Beautiful poem. This season is full of Wonder. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

anthonynorth said...

Another excellent poem. Wonder and curiosity are what make us human.

Winifred said...

Thanks for your poems, Happy Christmas Brenda.

Jane Hards Photography said...

Splendid. Didn't make me chuckle this week it made me think. Merry Christmas to you too.

Kay Dennison said...

Very nice!!!!!!!!!

Merry Christmas!!!!!!!!

Neva said...

Merry Christmas!

Gordon said...

I wonder ... a thought provoking poem. Merry Christmas.

Reader Wil said...

A wonderful poem full of wonder! The great wonder of Christmas is that people may be united in the love and respect for each other. It's a great poem!Thank you! I wish you too a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
Thank you for your visit. I feel honored if you write a poem about the windmills. The waterwindmills are always built in a row, because of their job to pump the water into a reservoir. The single windmill is used for other purposes, such as grinding grain or making paper.

Anonymous said...

Have a Wonderful Yule.
When in doubt climb a hill and look for the sea.

Elizabeth said...

A thoughtful and thought provoking poem.
Yes, we have many reasons to pause to wonder - for good and ill.
But wishing you and your a season of quiet reflection - with moments of giddy siliness too.
Lift a glass to 2009 and hoping people try to be a bit kinder to one another!
Happy Christmas!

Unknown said...

This poem was wonderful! I am so thankful that Jesus was born so long ago. I love the Wonder of the Christmas story! I am so proud and thankful that I believe in the story and the POWER of God's love. Merry Christmas! May God bless you this upcoming year!