Let Glory Rise Dec2 by melodylowes Let glory rise on wings of dawn, let hope stand tall when strength is gone, let love prevail and laugh at death, let beauty bloom on frozen breath. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Thanks, Shannon! 🙂
O, Melody, what a insightful poem! You continue to simply astound me. I didn’t believe in reincarnation until I found your poetry. Surely, if you weren’t her in a former life, you certainly have Emily Dickinson’s genes, spiritually or physically—or both! 🙂 Eric
Thanks Eric! 🙂 No Emily in the family for several generations back – no Dickinsons, either!
Excellent photo…and a red barn too!
I love that barn. We use it as a storage shed now, but it comes in handy as a photographic backdrop any day! 🙂
Melody, I really like it when you include that beautiful red barn in the background! Great stage for a lovely poem!
Blessings ~ Wendy
Thank you! I love my barn, even though it has been decommissioned for a generation already, and no longer houses animals. I only realized this summer how much it adds to garden shots facing that direction!
Any chance I could borrow that barn of yours? 😉
Shipping costs might be an issue… 😉
Love the poem and also the red barn! 🙂
Thanks Daisy! 🙂
Beautiful photo. Amazing to see the clouds mirroring the branches.
The sky has been very interesting, with so much snow flying about – lots of poetry in the making! 🙂
Beautiful! And – that photo looks like a painting!
Thanks Rosy! 🙂
What an amazing little poem. So much in there and it’s all good! Thank you for brightening our day! God bless you!
Thank you Debbie! A ray of sunshine, as always!
Loved the photograph the clouds in the background are pointing skyward and it matches the items in the foreground perfectly. I have never seen clouds do this before. How long have you been taking pictures?
Our clouds were like this for over a week, when the snow was coming. Between snowfalls, the clouds were lined up in rows – pretty amazing! I’ve only been taking photos for blogging purposes for the last 9-10 months – but only since summer have I learned how to edit and take better shots! I learned from my daughter, and have a long ways to go – but it sure is fun to challenge myself to get that perfect ‘poetry’ shot to write from!