This post is in response to this weeks prompt on The Reverie to write about the weather. A thousand ideas have been swirling through my mind like a howling windstorm after reading the prompt and yet this little haiku is all that made any sense on paper. Hey, sometimes you can over complicate these things so kept it simple! ~M
the rainfall strains of the day remains gray cloudy skies hide the sun and last goodbyes the autumns refrain of the coming pains summer’s gone away on the wind songs of yesterday the remembered chains of hope will reign
(This picture was taken out the window of my studio, of a gray rainy day in the Pacific Northwest and lightly edited using PicMonkey. Typical especially for the first day of fall and a little reminder of things yet to come. But let the poem and photo be a reminder to cling to hope even in the gray and ‘just believe’ for in the end ‘love wins!’~M)
Poetry, creative writing and a desire to inspire..... Isaiah 40: 31 But they who wait upon the Lord will get new strength. They will rise up with wings like eagles. They will run and not get tired. They will walk and not become weak..