Sunday, April 15, 2018

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"So loud you cry Christmas, it comes" -- François Villon

ESTABLISHED
Magical the beach where the sand lives,
And lurking around the bend from Summer;
Autumn, with its box of crayola colours.
Child's play in the hand of creation's plan.
Comets in their glory tell,
Stories of birth and majesty.
You wish upon a twinkle and, light
Smiles in favour of action taken to trust.
Rewards are truly sweet delicious bites
In life's bountiful repast.
ESTABLISHED © gillena cox 2018



REVISIT
15 April 2015
established 2017
wishes 2016


Blog hopping today with imaginary garden. In April we write a poem every day

April 15; Serendipity And A Poet
I am prompting today


ENJOYTHE MUSIC


24 comments:

  1. Autumn with its box of crayons crayons - splendid!

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    1. Thanks for dropping by Margaret

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  2. You have conveyed the ambiance of the Christmas festival very well. I also love the picture you chose.

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Kerry


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  3. I love your take on your chosen quote, the seasons beautifully painted and the spirit of Christmas, The last two lines especially, they sum it up so well. :-)

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation, L C.

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  4. This is absolutely gorgeous, Gillena!💜 Love "Autumn, with its box of crayola colours. Child's play in the hand of creation's plan."💜 Thank you for a lovely prompt today☕

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Sanaa

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Annell

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  6. I love "delicious bites in life's repast". So good!

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    1. Thanks for droppjng by Sherry

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  7. This is such a happy poem, Gillena. I particularly love the lines:
    'Autumn, with its box of crayola colours,
    Child's play in the hand of creation's plan'.

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  8. Thank you for your appreciation Kim

    much love...

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  9. I love the colours of autumn here...such a light-hearted and positive poem!

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Vivian

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  10. Child's play in the hand
    of creation's plan.

    God the Almighty will always be there to give a helping hand for the selected few! Very true Gillena!

    Hank

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Hank. The Scriptures have indicated that we can ask of God Almighty

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  11. Excellent and happy poem. The crayola crayons is excptional.

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Toni

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  12. This is nice, Gillena. The lines,
    "Stories of birth and majesty.
    You wish upon a twinkle and, light,"
    intrigue a little bit. I've never heard it wishing on a twinkle. Does that work better than the star?
    Thank you for the prompt, it was fun but time consuming.
    ..

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Jim. And yes i purposefully used "twinkle" instead of star. The lights attract us the twinkling ones distract us

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  13. Gorgeous, luscious, joyous! I wasn't sure if Villon meant by this that the loud crying is a waste of time as Christmas will come around in due course anyway, or whether he meant that the louder one cries for it the surer it is to come. I do like your positive interpretation and the way you express it.

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  14. Thank you for your appreciation Rosemary. I felt also, that Villion was making a statement, such as - if you wish for something deeply enough the Universe conspires to realize it for you.

    Much🌼love

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