Reflections In A Garden
Old weary bones feel the ache now…
stems broken and strewn,
petals blackened and faded,
rain and snow will beat it all down,
back to the earth.
Tiny seeds linger, though, in rich soil…
after a long rest,
surging up and breaking through,
life beginning again,
always a new start.
© Donna Donabella 2014
This poem was created to go along with the change in seasons I am seeing now. The garden is ending, and my life has been changing with retirement. I am linking in with Weekend Reflections where you can see photos of reflections from all over the web.
I am joining in with Poets United for their weekly poetry link up for poets who blog. Visit them to read some more wonderful verse.
Special Note: These images here were all taken of my wildlife pond during the spring, summer and fall.
I leave you with a bit of a sentiment about reflections of life. Feel free to download the photo and share.
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