Posts Tagged ‘flowers’

You’re Invited

December 13, 2013

A valley is in front of you
It is verdant with greens and brilliant with colored blooms
Some are just flowers, but some are fruit for eating
The colors are vibrant, not fleeting

Fleeting is the sounds of everyday life
Gone are the cares, and the anxst of strife
Ahead of you is a gigantic tree
Its boughs laden with fruit for you and me

Me and you have the right to share
What we find out there
An invitation sounds from all around
“Come, eat the fruits that sprout from the ground

Ground brought forth all we will ever need
Brought forth from His great seed
Seed sewn with love and life
No, it’s not a lot of hype

Hype would only spoil this pure land
This cozy place where He planted the fruit by hand
He gives it all to you and I; our cups are overflowing
It’s His extravagent love He’s showing


Woodland Gift

November 12, 2012

Woodland trail
Walking quartet
Enjoying nature
Hearing the birdsong
God gave us Kananaskis


April 19, 2010

Music coming from within
Within bubbling up, no doubtin’
Me wanting to dance around
In our house and on the ground

Grounded in Him, we sing and dance
With the music of life, we romance
We look to the sun and its warmth fills
We run up and down the hills

Hills emerald green with flowers of every hue
They were created for me and you
Animals abound, birds are there
He made them all with tender loving care

Care brings the joy
Care for men women girls and boys
Kindness is also the key
To make joy so bubbly

lWho Knows?

October 26, 2009

The color is infused into so many others,
Others like gold, and it combines with colors so it changes,
Changes into orange, green, and many more,
More than we can count.

Count one, two, three, four,
Four or more shades are blended,
Blended to make flowers,
Flowers made by the Creator, our maker,

Maker of all things,
Things carnal and eternal,
Eternal glory, he puts into the color yellow,
Yellow shining,

Shining yellow gold he is there with us
Us who he loved first,
First before the world even began,
Began, with who knows…maybe the color yellow?