Honeysuckle in the Spring

Honeysuckle blooming closeup

 

There are honeysuckles blooming

in the early spring

filled with life

part of nature’s ring

 

The circle of life

continues with each bloom

renewing our souls

like yarn on a loom

 

Our faith grows

with each passing year

blossoming our souls

listening to hear

 

God’s creation is awesome

sparkling each day

filling our hearts with wonder

observing nature’s way

 

Nurturing our souls

with each sweet blossom smell

filled with gratitude

for the beauty of nature as well

 

copyright 2017 Debbie Pierce

 

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6 responses to “Honeysuckle in the Spring

  1. No one who has been in the South can deny the beautiful smell of honeysuckle. When I was a kid, we would pull them off the vine and pull out the bottom for that one tiny drop of nectar. It is the only flower I know of right off hand with enough nectar to actually see (and drink).

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