Snowy Silence

Snowy Silencepoetry, haiku, snow, silence

magical snowflakes

paint the world in divine light

peaceful and silent

~

heavens’ grace descends

creating blankets of love

wrapped in silent songs

~

 

We haven’t had our first snow, but my imagination is rooting for a white Christmas! 🙂 As we move from advent to Christmas, Hannukah and other holy days, it’s good to remember our divine blessings.

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18 thoughts on “Snowy Silence

  1. This beautiful offering has reminded me how we don’t need to be loud and boisterous to be influential. I remember childhood evenings, going to sleep with the black pavement on the road visible through my bedroom window. As I awoke in the morning, peering out that same window revealed a blanket of undisturbed purity – white covered everything – the road, the trees, the houses, all without a single sound throughout the nighttime hours. It was magical, even now when I think back upon it, it brings a smile to my face 🙂 Thanks for sharing Brad, I truly appreciate the stroll down memory lane 😉

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  2. Wonderful Dave. Now I’ve gone down memory lane with you. 🙂 You described the kind of experience I was wanting to capture. Maybe that’s why I still enjoy snow and the associations with childhood, and feelings of magic, wonder and play. 🙂

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  3. I think we may also get some snow soon too Brad.. Love your snowy photo.. And lovely poem.. What makes it better for me this year is that I will not be working over Christmas or travelling along snowy roads to support people…:-)
    Love Snow…. if I am not stuck in my car in it LOL.. 🙂

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