A little wonder is a good thing

Overnight a golden light
transformed the willow tree.
Sunlight rejoicing
augments reality,
gilds scattered leaves –
ordinary becomes miracle.

Posted at  http://dversepoets.com/2011/10/04/openlinknightweek-12/ – I  think in the spirit if not the exact form for this week’s haiku and Japanese poetry article

Also posted at http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/ for Poets United.

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9 Responses to A little wonder is a good thing

  1. brian says:

    smiles. love it when ordinary becomes a miracle…nicely spun


  2. earlybird says:

    A delight, Viv.


  3. Tilly Bud says:

    How pretty this is!


  4. Yes I agree with Victoria – beautiful, observant and natural. Not haiku or senryu though. More compression needed, less flow, just juxtaposition to expand the images. Thank you for linking though. Your work is always appreciated and refreshing. Gay


  5. Absolutely lovely. Nature and life truly are a miracle.


  6. Judith says:

    Lovely lovely!


  7. Even if it doesn’t “fit the form” it has the beauty and power of observation consistent with Japanese poetry.


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