Grace Enough for All

Grace Enough for All

Grace Enough for All 1920 1281 Gayl Wright

My fists are tightly closed
facing downwards

I open my hands
a symbol of letting go
saying goodbye to things

that cause me stress
that want me to despair
that show me I am broken

My fists are relaxed now
facing upwards

I open my hands
a symbol of receiving
all God has for me

Peace to flood my spirit
Hope to end despair
Love to make me whole

No more closed fists
holding tightly together

I open my hands
even wider still
Blessings pour down

I can hold no more
Filled to overflowing
Grace enough for all

 

Gayl Wright

Gayl Wright lives in a log home partly surrounded by woods in upstate South Carolina. She is a seeker of truth who looks for beauty in ordinary things. You may find her walking in the woods, sitting on the hillside or relaxing in the porch swing. Poet, amateur photographer, musician, and artist, she loves to use her talents to encourage others and glorify God. Mother of 7, grandmother of 14 and wife of Steve for 43 years and counting.

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2 Comments
  • Such a refreshing word spoken here! And the imagery of the closed/open fist picturing our heart’s state is so beautiful too. Thank you for sharing!

    • Thank you, Bettie. Someone suggested that imagery one time and that’s when I wrote the poem. Blessings to you! xo