Faith interwoven….Tanka/Haiku

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evergreen boughs weigh
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heavy with hungry sparrows
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awaiting daybreak.
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their hopeful chirping,
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like sweet memories waken
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a sleeping landscape.
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our nature entwined
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in Faith that a warming Sun
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will rise once again.
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22 thoughts on “Faith interwoven….Tanka/Haiku

  1. yes your sun and warmth will return, but for now I escaped into the sleeping landscape ~ lovely my friend.

  2. SirenaTales says:

    …sweet memories, drenched in warmth and Faith, nourishing famished sparrows (and their friends :)) amidst fragrant boughs, with the promise of the sun rising to illuminate icy, winter (and other) wonderlands. Such lovely images spun by you out of frigid filaments, Master Who–also rising triumphant. Shine on, my friend. xoxo

    • oh…i’m really trying to shine Chloe! i think it’s time for my imagination to make an appearance,
      to fly me away from my day to day doldrums. and ty,i really appreciate you and your incredibly inspirational comments.

  3. Miranda Stone says:

    Beautiful!

  4. laroseedespetiteschoses says:

    Beautiful! 32c in Melbourne and the temperature is rising…

  5. Wonderful views and beautiful words. I love when others can also SEE.

    • well ty nutsfortreasure, my training as a painter has helped my writing immensely,
      my favorite painting prof. taught us to always ‘LOOK’ and i have ever since.

      • Perfect! I agree! I have no formal lessons in the real arts just a few painting lessons as a child with a talented man in a wheel chair, who said I had a gift πŸ™‚ I will take a one day lesson in watercolors mid Feb.. to see if there is anything hidden in this trucker πŸ™‚ I do love and adore nature but I want to be open for anything that comes πŸ™‚
        Thanks again for the pretty words.

  6. This was so beautiful. A lovely peaceful feel. Thank you!! πŸ™‚

  7. wunderwench says:

    It will indeed rise again and spring will come. Thank you for such hopeful words on this chilly chilly night.

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