Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer’s Heart

Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer's Heart www.wendylmacdonald.com

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Flowers give serenity a face and a fragrance.

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The Poet:

Words to a poet

are like flowers

to a florist

Arranging them

in a beautiful way

To speak secrets

 only the brave

dare to say.

~ wlm

Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer's Heart www.wendylmacdonald.com

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Detours aren’t meant to distress us,

they’re meant to test us.

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Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer's Heart www.wendylmacdonald.com

The Crocus:

May we be as

brave and bold

to grow

as the crocus

who has endured

both cold and snow

~ wlm

Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer's Heart www.wendylmacdonald.com

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It’s not in the rush, but in the hush, we hear Him speak.

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Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer's Heart www.wendylmacdonald.com

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When a poet is still, God fills her quill.

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It's not in the rush, but in the hush, we hear Him speak.

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A writer is someone who has learned to listen

and dip their pen deep into thoughts evoked.

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Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer's Heart www.wendylmacdonald.com

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No matter how messy things get,

God’s love message is waiting in

the middle of it.

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It's not in the rush, but in the hush, we hear Him speak.

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Gratitude is a good rope to grab onto

when we’re tempted to sink under our trials.

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Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer's Heart www.wendylmacdonald.com

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When we surrender to God, He surrounds us with serenity.

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For God has not given us a spirit of fear,

but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

2 Timothy 1:7 NKJV 

Blessings of serenity ~ Wendy Mac

What quotes would you like to add? I’m nosy-to-know. 

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You’re invited to listen to my podcasts here: Walking with Hope

You’re invited to read my case for compassion here: Characteristics of Christ

22 thoughts on “Serenity Quotes and Poems for the Writer’s Heart

    1. Thank you, dear Debbie. Hanging out with online writers is like putting our words in a rock-tumbler–we polish each other and end up with a few gems to share. Much of this post is the result of these conversations. xo

  1. A beautiful post, Wendy. I am reminded of a hymn I learned as a child which has always been my favorite. “This Is My Father’s World”. I don’t remember who wrote it, but they were attuned to nature.

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