Signs Of God's Regard Poem by james watkin

Signs Of God's Regard

Rating: 5.0

Blessed? Unconditionally
Smiled o'er from on high?
Trite and childish! He'll need more
To feel it. For, cry.

Or faith, bough on bough, in hearts
Slowly, unseen grows
Tree-like, so clung, will it do
As when child, elm, oak
In reaching, who then did soak
In such-like rainbows?

Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Topic(s) of this poem: god
Sylvia Frances Chan 08 November 2023

ToMyFvourites! This last line could not be transported, since I have written more than 300 (in red token) words, so this is now brevity

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Sylvia Frances Chan 08 November 2023

I am the most modest and complete in the world, sorry, I am always purely honest COBGRATS being chosen by Poem Hunter and Team as The Member Poem Of The Day. Hoorray! ! 5 Stars Full. or they say TOP Marks!

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Sylvia Frances Chan 08 November 2023

At my risk then, you know my name and where I live, no, not like Emily or Sara, they have been in their place of honour for a long time,

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Sylvia Frances Chan 08 November 2023

This poem could go either way, I have chosen the first intuition that comes to me after reading the very first line. That's what poetry is like, right? To be or not to be, it IZZZ!

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james watkin

james watkin

Melbourne Australia
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