Writings On The Wall 2

Clustered Angel Feathers

Strolling through the park one bright and sunny day

A lovely sight captured my eye

And so I turned and strolled that way.

As I approached a wondrous vision

Which never had I seen before

My steps grew small, my eyes grew wide

Til steps had stopped, and eyes could simply grow no more.

_______

Clusters here, clusters there, clusters big and small

Finding my feet I got real close

And stood among them short and tall.

Reaching out my hand so slowly

Then stretching out one frail fingertip

I felt the glory, I felt the love

My heart knew then, in heaven they began their trip.

Original Text and Photos

David Brian Paley

– ©2014-

And there we have it, so thanks for reading and we’ll see you again. I’m off now to do my own reading, which reminds me that I wanted to tell you guys (and girls) just how impressed I am with all the great writing all you bloggers are churning out these days, and actually that’s one of the reasons that my own writing may seem a little intermittent at times. I’m so enthralled with what you people are putting out, well, you get it I hope. So kudos to all of you, and I’ll see you in a bit when I’m commenting on your pages. Until then…

Writings On The Wall 2

12 thoughts on “Writings On The Wall 2

    1. Well, I don’t know if you would call Vancouver a small town with a couple million residents,but I do know what you mean. There are those mornings when you can see what your breathing, and that’s never very appealing. I’ll be popping over your way in a bit to see what goodies you have on display, so fair warning, O.K. Thanks for the visit.

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  1. Your poem so perfectly captures the wonder of beholding these beautiful “Angel Feathers”. I don’t know what these lovely grassy plumes are called, but I too feel that they are heavenly sent. A wonderful series of photos to go with your lovely poem. Wishing you a very good evening! ~ Jeannie

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