The Spirituality Of Trees

“There are rich counsels
in the trees.”

― Herbert P. Horne

The Spirituality Of Trees

tentative spring rays
shimmer on rain glistened leaves
living in the now
bright silken tulips
brush cherry petaled green
amid winds of change
hue, sheen, radiance
blend with empyrean grace
awakened spirit
yearning for the sky
elms arch ballerina arms
to pray in the light
“Alleluia" sign
slender arcs of ash and shore
hope of afternoon
tips of dusk damp limbs
anointed in frosty pink
rest in sunset's realm
softly falling snow
alights in moonlit cedar
strong beyond her years
below powdered pine
curves of iced maple boughs
await dawning thaw

Poem By Cynthia Sharp

 snow snow

snow snow

snow snow


Psalm 1:3
He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither. In all that he does, he prospers

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