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#WritePhoto Mustard Seeds

February 15, 2018 , ,

between mustard fields

between mustard fields

The path leads through the mustard fields
Breathtaking golden flowers shelter magical beings
Scattering spells, casting dream bait, with tiny seeds
Windy wandering predictions past what we are seeing
Into a future of bold, unprecedented expansion
Followed by a contraction that will teach a new lesson
Mountains may move, and hearts may fill with faith
Still every new sprout must be tended and shaped by nature

#writephoto

#writephoto

This short poem has been inspired by this week’s photo prompt in Sue Vincent’s Echo.  Please join Sue each Thursday for a new photo, and the poems and stories from the previous week’s prompt.  Read, comment, or submit your own story this week.  It is fun to see all the variety in the responses.

 

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Just beautiful. “Casting dream bait” was my favorite line, but the whole thing is sublime. ❤

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D. Wallace Peach

February 17, 2018

Thank you very much

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Pamela Morse

February 17, 2018

No matter what Man may think he can do, Nature has the last word…

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Sue Vincent

February 21, 2018

Thank you Sue

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Pamela Morse

February 22, 2018

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