Friday, March 4, 2016

R is for "Reflections" {100 Themes}

I'm sharing another poem this week, written in the fall of my junior year of high school.


A tiny little pond, so very plain it is, 
Reflects a glorious sunset, and all its colors;
The fluffy orange clouds, changing to gray, 
Set against a pale blue sky
Made doubly splendid by the pond.

A wet, mopped floor of a patient’s room
Reflects the scene thru the window;
Tall, Autumn-clad trees reaching up
To a clear, cloud-studded blue sky
Seen more plainly in both floor and sky.

A happy, smiling face of sunshine
Reflects the love of the Master;
Just a lowly human, so very unworthy,
But having received pardon and peace
Made plain to all who come in contact with Him.

October 9, 1979

This is shared as part of the Blogging Through the Alphabet, as well as the 100 Themes.
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  1. I think it's great that you share your poetry on here. I have all of mine, but have never shared it.


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