Poems 9 and 10: Glory

forest trillium
quiet trinity shepherd
abundant glory

lone garden tulip
unexpected gift from squirrel
sunlight glory here

“Glory” is the prompt for One Single Impression this week. It was the suggestion of Guatami Tripathy, Visit to see how others wrote about glory.

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10 Responses to Poems 9 and 10: Glory

  1. storyteller says:

    These are lovely images and vivid word choices.
    Hugs and blessings,

  2. Teri C says:

    Wow, the trillium one knocked my socks off…brilliant! I like the other one too 🙂

  3. gardenpath says:

    Now, when I see a trillium, I will think of this. Nice haiku.

  4. tumblewords says:

    Terrific photos and words. I’m so fond of trilliums…

  5. Daniel J Santos says:

    beautiful, excellent glory.

  6. Joyce says:

    The trillium is a gloriously beautiful flower. I’m so thankful we still have them growing wild around here.

    I enjoyed your poems. 🙂

  7. gautami tripathy says:

    Gifts of nature..

    I love both!

    pit of your spit

  8. zoya gautam says:

    ..a hint perhaps that the glory of life may not always be explicit
    and needs to be discovered..

  9. SandyCarlson says:

    We owe our gratitude to the universe for every blessing, and this poem is a beautiful reminder of that!
    Writing in Faith: Poems

  10. Raven says:

    These are both lovely. I like the idea of the tulip as a gift from a squirrel.

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