Autumn Cathedral

Earth’s stained-glass window –

God’s grace-filled heart reflected

into souls of men.

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Prayers like incense rise
from ruby lips, beryl throats –
Autumn Cathedral.
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My friend Caddo Veil and I hatched a plot and collaborated on this one – they always say 2 heads are better than 1!   She penned the opening haiku, and I tacked on the last.  What fun!  You can read more of her lovely work here.

23 comments on “Autumn Cathedral

  1. Alastair says:

    Another great trio

  2. RoSy says:

    Nice – I liked how two minds worked together on this one!

  3. Hi Melody – Caddo recommended your blog to me, and I can see why. I’ll be subscribing to your blog and looking forward to reading more.

    Your collaboration with her on this one is lovely! 🙂

    • melodylowes says:

      Thank you Betty! Part of the fun of blogging is ‘meeting’ the right people – there is so much to inspire and encourage creativity out there in cyber-space! Nice to ‘meet’ you! 🙂

  4. Debbie says:

    What a great combination of Caddo’s and yours, like stained glass poems! Beautiful! Thank you!

  5. Caddo Veil says:

    Nice work, we did, Melody–I’m looking forward to more collaborating with you, and maybe a longer one, next time. Thrilled to see Betty made it over here, too!! God bless you, my good friend–love, Caddo

    • melodylowes says:

      Thank you for the gorgeous prompt! Went to a park today and saw much to delight and tantalize the poetic senses – hopefully some of the pics I took with an inferior camera will produce enough offspring to keep me going for a few more camera-less days…

  6. Hi, Melody, Here’s hoping this works… this time of year really brings out the special things to notice…. Love this post of yours.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hope this works… They still don’t have me that I’m following you but they are still sending me your blogs… Somethings really in a snafu.

    I love this post of yours… It captures how crisp all our perceptions are this year.

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