The Breath of Spring Jan24 by melodylowes If home is where heart-aches hang their hats, what shovel can make the mat welcome? Only Chinook winds of forgiveness, mercy, repentance, wafting on Spirit wings, can melt Denial and soften Stubbornness with the breath of Spring. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Melody has written yet another wonderful poem with a lesson for us all… 🙂
Thanks so much! 🙂
I love the first line the best–I had an immediate visual as I read it. I didn’t get the shovel–welcome mat part. I like the poem–denial is one of those slippery things I deal with from time to time; it kind of makes me temporarily crazy.
I love the pictures of the snow you have been posting! While I don’t particularly lik the cold, the snow is beautiful to see! I just wanted to let you know that my blog is changing. . . yet again! I’ve started a new phase of life and will be chronicaling that at http://www.changingjourney.wordpress.com, just in case you wanted to follow!
Okay! Thanks for letting me know…
I love how fluffy the snow is in your part of Canada. It makes lovely pictures! Melody, you are wise to remind us that the melting of “Denial” takes Divine intervention…
Blessings ~ Wendy
So many layers of ‘us’ before we get to the true self. Bring on the Chinook! 🙂
I loved the Chinook winds of forgiveness. That gives us an idea of how big it needs to be! God bless you and the spring that’s coming.
Thanks Debbie – love your insight on the bigness of the breeze – I hadn’t thought of it quite like that, but I like the grandeur of the image in your eyes!
Wonderful grain and detail to this.
Thank you very much! 🙂
Forgiveness, mercy, repentance, melts the hardest of hearts and is often softened through our tears…washing away the effects of hardened, cold hearts.
Thanks Melody for sharing…this is beautiful!
Thanks Glenda – it’s the Truth that is beautiful, and that inspires us to continue to write, isn’t it?