Flower: Six Word Friday

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Practicing presence, I notice the beauty
Of the flowers, in my life
I stop to savor, to appreciate
The gifts, the labors of love
Planted in fertile soil prepared by
The author and perfector of faith
Hope and love; breath of life
Fills my heart, spirit and soul

Visit Adrienne of My Memory Art to read more on Six Word Fridays

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14 comments

    1. Dan,
      I missed participating in the Six Word Friday for the weeks I didn’t do it. I just had trouble overcoming the internal and external demons and goblins for a little bit. I was almost afraid my inspiration to be able to participate had fled for good. Glad I was wrong.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Blessings,
      Kina

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  1. Some friends and I were walking in a park once, and I stopped to smell some roses (because I loooove roses), and one of my friends said, “Look, Mary’s become a cliche.” Just thought I’d share that.

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    1. Claudio,
      I suspected Italian and translategoogle.com confirmed this is what you had to say:
      Beautiful space of the heart!!
      Congratulations!
      I’ll be back soon to read you
      A cordial greeting

      To which I reply:
      Grazie mille. Non vedo l’ora di avere visitato.

      Thank you so very much. I’m looking forward to having you visit.
      Benedizioni,
      Kina

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    1. Lianda,
      Interestingly, I’ve never been much of a reader of poetry myself, despite the fact I had periods in my younger years where I would write a fair amount of it.

      Were it not for the Six Word Friday prompts sent to me each week, I would seldom, if ever write it now.

      Having those prompts sent to me early in the week has had the effect of putting me into a more mindful and aware state. I’m glad to know that is passed on to others when they read it.

      I truly appreciate that you came back to comment.

      Blessings,
      Kina

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