Thursday, January 22, 2015

A Winter's Serenade

                                     Where true love is dwelling, God is dwelling there:
                                      Love’s own loving Presence love does ever share.
                                                                  Universalis Hymn


The shushing serenade of snow
is bright 
falling
through the blue shadows
of morning
and winter's sleep,
low-bending 
the pines
and laden branches 
of the scrawling wood 
veiled and deep:
awakening 
to this pearling peace
that is remaking the world
and mending with wonder
the snapped and broken 
in the piling stars
we are steeped.







2 comments:

  1. Cindy, I really like this peice. The end rhyme is fantastic and stays with me. Oh, to be steeped in peace! I pray it for you and all of us! Enjoy the day, friend

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    1. Thanks Amy! I love the thick, snow-covered world! And it is good to find peace where we may for however long....love and light your way...

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