320. The gentle earth is warm with Spring… ~Julian Grenfell

Summer’s harsh heat waves
cede to Autumn’s mellow chills
before winter’s snows


After the land sleeps
Spring pushes herself up in
Softly hued newness


Day after day flowers
adorn once barren spaces
until dog days reign


Round and round Creation
moves according to the plan
of Him who made it


But the plans of the Lord stand firm forever, the purposes of His heart through all generations. Psalm 33:11 ✝

Thank you, Lord Jesus, that you save, you heal, you restore, and you reveal Your Father’s heart to us!

13 thoughts on “320. The gentle earth is warm with Spring… ~Julian Grenfell

    • Thanks, Liana. I’m glad you enjoyed it. No my name doesn’t have two ll’s actually. Like everything else with WordPress these days, I can’t seem to get that fixed either. Blessings, Natalie 🙂


      • Oh that’s good that I didn’t spell it wrong all these times; but must be frustrating for you. As long as they don’t mess with your beautiful smiling gravatar photo :-).


      • No you haven’t been spelling wrong, they have! It’s very frustrating as is the fact that they still are not resolving the issues I’m having. Oh well such is life. Thanks for the sweet words about my photo. Hugs, Natalie


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  2. ooo, I love that dogwood–what a lovely color. I think I would like to plant one. As we are surrounded by woods, there are wild dogwoods, white of course, but the colorful ones are so lovely . . .
    Also love the rose hip image–just don’t wish to see anymore snow 😉


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