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Come the Spring
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By Lucia Kiersch Haase
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Come the Spring

 

Across the snowy fields, sky meets land

where clouds appear as though they touch the trees;

creation here abounds in patient stand

before the cold winds change to warming breeze.

All nature thrives from roots to surely cope

in harshest weather - 'tis the Winter season;

but time's horizon whispers subtle hope

ordained since God began His plan with reason.

Concordance here reflects to surely glimmer

how to endure our trials and to trust

His Word...each day much brighter - never dimmer

for us, created from the earth's own dust

by Him, who gifts us with each day, to sing

of great eternal glory...come the Spring...

 

 

(a Shakespearean sonnet)

2/22/15


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Posted by Michelle Angelini on 12/7/2017 at 10:54 PM

Lovely sonnet about the changing of the seasons. The weather has been so unpredictable lately, yet God's word and His Love are never unpredictable - it is always the same. Blessings to you and your family.

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Submitted: Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Last Updated: Thursday, February 26, 2015

About the Poet
I started writing poetry as the direct result of the first of several spiritual experiences. These experiences also led me to the Bible, Christianity, and Christian Counseling. (I have a certif- icate in Christian Counseling). I have 6 books published...'Divine Light, Living Water', 'A Gathering of Stones', 'Between Two Lakes','Sonnets Through the Window' and 'Violae', an Epic Ballad (Nov. 2013), and now in January 2017, 'Joy Blooms' published by America Star Books. I've won a few awards... the Edgar Award for poetry, and a 1st place in Writer's Journal for the poem 'Amelia.' Most of what I write is in formal verse. I used to think the writing is a gift, and it is that...but more importantly, I've realized I am a vessel for the Lord, foremost. I live in Spring Valley, Illinois with my husband Jim. We have 2 grown children and a beautiful granddaughter, Rayghan, whom we cherish. God bless you all!


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