Have you been working on any poems for National Poetry Month? I’ve been agog with all the beauty swirling in the late April snows around Tanglewood Cottage, so I wanted to share a few of my favorite photos that inspired haiku:
“Still Beautiful” Cherry blossoms bloom, But not here in Michigan. Here snowflakes blossom!
“Artist” Great artists abound. But in all the world I know There is none like God.
“All Paupers Are Princes” Snows melt in the sun. The world gleams with jewels. Beauty is treasure.
“Hast thou entered into the treasures of the snow?” (Job 38:22)
(P.S.—The photo of the cherry blossoms was taken by Elizabeth K. in Washington D.C.; they aren’t blooming at my house yet!)