Hope is Everywhere


Fledgling buds
More than half the tree though bare
Like the living dead the branches
Sway, wind swishes
Against the pane squeals … such squalor

Brittleness taps, snaps
Falling away
Saplings stray
Dawn’s promise
Breathes life
Whispers hope
Into the rubbish, the trampled, the dismantled
Hope of whole
For all



Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life (Proverbs 13:12).


Spring is here, yet there is still signs of death. As I prepare to speak the Saturday before Easter, I am meditating on the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Thank you, Jesus, for being Our Living Hope! No death is ever final in His kingdom.

If you have any questions about Jesus, feel free to email me at juliedibblespeaks@gmail.com. Accepting Him into your heart is the single most important decision you will ever make. Don’t delay.

If you write poetry and are interested in being a guest here this month, also email me.

I want to give poetry its proper celebration this month!

Have a blessed rest of this given day.

In Christ,








6 thoughts on “Hope is Everywhere

    1. Good morning, sister. Clinging to His life as my hope daily. I speak the Saturday before Easter. On such a holy weekend, I am humbled beyond belief. Still praying about His message. And by the way, I am in the throes of adjustment, adjusting to transitioning in and out of my family, the ministry. My soul is weary but knows where its strength is found. Thank you for visiting and being here.

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      1. Oh Julie, God has called you to some holy places. What a great privilege and honor, but yes, very humbling, too. I’m praying for you even now – for your adjustments, your precious family and your sacred message you will share. May His Spirit flow through every moment, dear sister! Blessings and love and hugs!


  1. Blessings and love right back to you. I am still praying for you dear. When you get a moment, email me updates. Please tell the others I have an interview next Tuesday to be a Home Care Assistant. I will keep you posted.


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