Day 22 NaHaiWriMo 2017

the veins in her hand

carrying lifeblood and grace

withered maple leaf


Today’s prompt was “leaf” Did you write anything for it?

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Symanntha Renn


Short Easter Poem


Do you know the cost of what is lost?
Do you know the price for that vice?
He bled so you wouldn’t be dead.
Take heed, forget your greed!

I had this go through my head one day and decided to write it down because it rhymed. Maybe it is only prose, maybe it’s a really bad short poem. Some people think that if a poem rhymes that it’s corny or too sweet. Either way I wanted to share it, since my blog contains most of my short poems. I will be sharing the rest, so stay tuned!

daffodil, spring flowers, springtime flower

Emily and the Arts

# 810

Her Grace is all she has –

And that, so least displays –

One Art to recognize, must be,

Another Art, to praise.


Are you a basher or an encourager?

Are you a builder-upper or a breaker-downer?


Double Rainbow, I think this is maybe the third one I’ve seen in my life.

double the rainbow
double the luck
I give it all to you

I actually don’t believe in luck. I don’t knock on wood or cross my fingers. God gives us Grace and that is enough.

For now we see through a glass darkly,

yellow leaf

on a black-topped road

easy to see


God Moves

God moves but sometimes

We do not see

The branch sways

But there’s no color in the wind

Grass moves across the land

But we see no hand

Waves billow and swell

For seemingly no reason

The pieces fall into place

God has given us grace

©Symanntha Renn


Sometimes its hard to see what God is doing, what His plans are, or even who He is.  But one day we shall all be given full knowledge.  When Eve and Adam ate the apple, they gained knowledge, but not FULL knowledge.

1 Corinthians 13:12 For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known. (KJV)