May is here revealing its celebration of springtime. It gently enters with a sprinkling of April showers. Daybreak streams radiant light through shutters. Dazzling dewdrops splash over fallen pink buds. Fragrant, budding florals parade. My senses are awakened with subtle hues and fragrant, budding florals perfume the walkways. Nature, like a master artist, paints a joyous tapestry of abundance flowing from living art.
nature pens its love note
earth replies with radiance
abundant blessings flow
The fastest way to bring more wonderful examples of abundance into your personal experience is to take constant notice of the wonderful things that are already there. -Esther Hicks
Please visit my Poetryliscious Gallery Padlet here. Notice each poetic offering from Poetry Friday poets, who joined me in paying tribute to springtime ==> Marcie Flinchum Atkins, Linda Baie, Rose Cappelli, Tanita Davis, Leigh Anne Eck, Matt Forrest Esenwine, Molly Hogan, Michelle Kogan, Michelle Kogan, Denise Krebs, Carol Labuzzetti, Jone Rush MacCulloch, JoAnn Early Macken, Bridget Magee, Sally Murphy. Tim Gels is working on his piece and hopefully, other poets will join with their short image poems or photograph prompts.
Thank you for joining me for another Poetry Friday Roundup at Jama Rattigan's website, one of my favorite bloggers. I honor springtime with a tribute to its flagship month.
Hooray for Spring! I love that Esther Hicks quote.ReplyDelete
Love the idea of nature penning a love note, Carol! Thanks for this lovely springtime post and for rounding up all those wonderful poems for your Poetrylicious Poetry Gallery.ReplyDelete
I also love the idea of nature penning a love note to earth. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Rose, it has been fun reviewing the image poems offered for the gallery. Thanks for supporting my efforts.Delete
"nature pens its love note" - It surely does, Carol. What a celebration of this in your gallery! Happy Mother's Day!ReplyDelete
Linda, another day of rain. Nature surely loves green landscapes.Delete
Enjoy your spring celebrations and 'wonderful things', Carol. We are just starting to hunker down for winter, here. (Though it's not too chilly, yet.)ReplyDelete
I love the idea of nature penning love notes. Thanks for sharing these.ReplyDelete
Tricia, thank for sharing a comment with me. I just finished reading your historical poems and left you a message. Would you consider offering one of your image poems for the Poetryliscious Gallery and padlet? Let me know via email if interested.Delete
I love the Ester Hicks quote! There is so much we have to appreciate. Your poems always inspire me to be a better observer of nature, Carol.ReplyDelete
I am Anonymous. Not sure this happens. :)ReplyDelete
Penning love notes is a beautiful way of thinking of nature's wonders. Thanks for this and for your gallery. As always an abundance of goodness!ReplyDelete
Happy Mother's Day! I hope you were surrounded by lots of love today. Despite our soggy, misty weather, my family had a celebratory meal of Pho -- on this perfect soup day. You are queen of finding beauty outside. I love the love notes.ReplyDelete