a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, July 11, 2014

Home

The mushroom was but a small thing
In my world that was so large
When I looked closer
I knew a Greater Power was in charge.

No matter how small the item
No matter how tiny a thing
We can see the Creator
And hear Creation sing

In my mind I traveled
Under the mushroom dome
I sat to enjoy the view
And knew that I was home

For Poetry Jam

17 comments:

alan1704 said...

The wonder of creation and the power of love and care. I am amazed every time i see a spiders web. Beautiful words and i can feel your heart.

Sumana Roy said...

yes home it is...and to feel the presence of the Creator..beautifully woven words

Empty Nester said...

Wow. Such power in your words. Hope you're putting a book together. Have I mentioned that before? :)

Brian Miller said...

how cool would it be to see the world from a micro perspective...to see all the intricate detail of hte little things....

and i totally agree on the touch of the creator found in all things...

Sandra said...

LOVE IT!!!! truly i do.... you are sitting there wit a toads eye view and i agree 100 percent with your poem

Lynne said...

Excellent . . .

Saucy Kodz said...

There is just so much in this photo and poem to enjoy - great job :)

Arathi Harihar said...

true we can see the creator and hear him..beautiful words Gail

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Amen! That's nice. How can we not look at everything in this world and know it was Created?

Michaele said...

Now you have me thinking of gnomes.

Karen S. said...

Home sweet home, it is absolutely!

sreeja harikrishnan said...

absolutely loved this........mushrooms have always fascinated me this way.....

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

It is not hard to imagine a world's view from under a toadstool- how tiny we must all look to Him. Yet he knows every grain of sand. I love your poetry- I agree with Empty Nester- I hope you are putting these all into a book.

LindaG said...

Wonderful poem, Gail. ♥

artbyrae said...

I just love this thought. It is mot always the vista that is wonderful but what you see when you look down or in small corners of the place you stand now

Peggy said...

Quite wonderful this visit to the world sitting under a mushroom!! Good take on the prompt!! Thanks for posting this.

mrs-minerva said...

Mushrooms! What an interesting and somewhat funny approach. Very nice write, Gail!

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