Wildflowers in Winter – Literary Flowers   7 comments

 

This week’s theme is: Week 3 – January 30 – February 5. Literary Wildflowers – Stories, quotations or poetry about wildflowers written by you or someone else. Or write a book review about a book that features wildflowers, such a guide book, picture book, travel guide or something about wildflower gardening, etc. Or Write about some special places/trails/areas to go searching for wildflowers that you are familiar with. Tell about the best time of year to go there, and what you might see. Share photographs if you have them.

Song to the Creator
By Lana G!

Walking up the path to the crest of the hill
I came upon a sacred breathtaking scene.
An Artist had left a masterpiece in living color –
A hillside bursting forth with joyful, vivid blooms.
Hundreds of wildflowers gracefully swaying in the breeze
Were reaching out to touch their Maker’s face.
Each one reflecting His beauty in radiant splendor
They were seeking only to glorify Him in shameless praise.
My heart could not keep silent.
I joined the earthly chorus
We were singing Hallelujah to our Creator
We were singing Holy, Holy is His name.


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For more Literary Wildflower posts, head on over to Wildflower Morning.

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Posted January 30, 2008 by Lana G! in Creation, Faith, God, Photography, Poetry, Wildflowers in Winter, Winter

7 responses to “Wildflowers in Winter – Literary Flowers

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  1. So beautiful Lana! Joining you in shameless praise!!

  2. I am in awe! I can just picture this scene, and the poetic response is perfect. I stand praising the Creator with you! Is your picture looking across the water to the Olympic Peninsula?

    In His Joy,
    Elizabeth Joy

  3. Our Creator gives us such beauty and we are responsible for finding it. Love you photo and thoughts.

    Barb-Harmony Art MOm

  4. What an awesome poem.

  5. Beautiful!

  6. Fantastic, you wrote your own poem. I am impressed with your words and the lovely picture.

  7. Beautiful.
    Jody

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