A REFLECTION OF THE HEART FOR EASTER

22 Mar
The Wonders of Nature
Louise Gibson
                                          I look through my kitchen window each day.
                                          Seeking, as I always do-
                                          All the signs of God’s presence
                                          In the soul-stirring scene that I view.
                                          It never ceases to amaze me
                                          That His presence is everywhere.
                                          The Easter Lilies are radiant,
                                          Postural,. as though in prayer.
                                           They are programmed to bloom at Easter,
                                           Then close for another year.
                                           Their role is to glorify the Saviour-
                                           Then silently disappear.

3 Responses to “A REFLECTION OF THE HEART FOR EASTER”

  1. DiVoran Lites March 22, 2013 at 8:41 pm #

    Lovely Easter poem, so light, so springy and so meaningul!

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  2. Onisha Ellis March 22, 2013 at 10:14 am #

    I love the blooms at Easter Growing up in Florida .my mother always had amaryllis. When she she died, we planted some of hers at our house. When we sold our home, the amaryllis were moved to our daughter’s home.

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