Manna Mar17 by melodylowes Wafers of ground-frost Honey-sweet to wond’ring eyes Manna for my soul Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Gorgeous picture, Melody. Hav you got the magic camera? 🙂
It felt like a magic world out there – I’ve never seen such amazing frost. I wonder… 🙂
we need a “love” button (not just like) … 🙂
Aw, thanks, Heidi! 🙂
See? There was something good in this long winter frost!!
There sure was – this day, and many others, too. Lots to learn, ponder, be amazed at, cry over, be blessed by. That’s life, eh?
types and shadows of Christ everywhere !
Absolutely! Object lessons written by the hand of God Himself, embedded into our everyday life. (If we have eyes to see it…) 🙂
So delicate and beautiful! Glad you got to feast on it and thank you for sharing!
I was so hoping to run out and check on how it weathered the night – but woke to a mini-blizzard, and several inches of snow. Good-bye, fairy-frost..
Beautiful, Melody. Gardeners are fortunate creatures. They notice and appreciate all the small, marvelous things everyone else misses. “Blessed are they who see beauty in humble places where others see nothing.”-Pissarro
I love how you can pull quotes out of your hat for every occasion! 🙂 That frost was hard to miss – I’ve never seen the likes. Thanks for dropping by, Marty!
Beautiful haiku, Melody!
Thank you very much! 🙂
This Haiku has an inner-connection between lines that is especially beautiful.
Thank you Marie!