Which Thoughts Win? - Poem by Esther Thornburg
Many thoughts flood the day.
They travel with us along the way.
Are they throughts of admiration?
Are they dressed in respect and appreciation?
Thoughts can ease the load,
Carry you to the end of the road.
They are totally our own.
They must guide all the way home.
The battle of thoughts goes on inside.
They are on a battled ride.
Boy ask, 'Which thoughts lead'?
Father replied, 'The one you feed'.
The thoughts we feed
They are throughts that win.
Hide God's word keep within.
It will guide through think and thin,
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