Never Forsaken (Elfchen Series #27)

In the Wilderness

Temptations

All about

Crashing upon us

With God’s help, resist

Discipline

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Life’s Storms

Sailing

Among shipwrecks

Our Pilot navigates

Always bringing us home

Courage

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Always

Gracious

Blessing us

Making His face

To shine upon us

God

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The German-inspired poetry style of Elfchen (or Elevenie) contains five lines of poetic verse, usually without the use of rhyming verses.  A total of 11 words are used with a sequence of one, two, three, and four words before ending with a single word in the final verse.

9 thoughts on “Never Forsaken (Elfchen Series #27)

  1. I’ve never heard of Elfchen (or Elevenie) before. Very nice! Enjoyed your uplifting words too. I think next week I need some more poetry on my poetry blog. 😃 Well, it’s poetry and prose, but sometimes the prose take over! God will lead. 😊 Have a blessed weekend, Richard!

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    • Tina, I appreciate your thoughts. I have tried to branch out with my poetry. A fellow blogger introduced me to this German-inspired genre several months ago. I tried it, then put it on the shelf for awhile. Now I am more engaged with it. I am trying to balance my writing in different ways. Best wishes with your poetry and prose.

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    • Hussein, I appreciate your kind words. I still enjoy writing, and it has offered me a much needed outlet during these past months. I am doing well, and my extended family is safe and healthy. I hope you are doing well.

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