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Friday, July 1, 2011

Heaven's Gardens

artwork provided by Alias Jinksy for Two in Tandem #8
Worlds collide, exploding in pink,
Blue and green hues mash together,
Transforming the days' moments
Precious lives remembered like art,
Imprinted on the hearts of those
Remaining in the days to come.

Each speckling the world in their own way,
Leaving impressions of who they were,
Lest we know in our hearts, we too
Shall one day rise to the glory 
Of radiating heavens gardens, pink 
Blossoms mark the precious ones.

Seedlings spring forth to remind,
Everyday moments engraved in minds
Of loved ones, while angels guide,
A blessed trip only to be offered when,
Times between loved ones cut short,
Yet truly, it is their time to go home.

Petrina Lesko
July 2011 


This has been an incredible period of multiple losses, moments remembered in the hearts of those left behind, families struggling to make sense of it all.... When I stopped by Two in Tandem and found this wonderful piece of art as this weeks prompt, it so reminded me of Heaven's Gardens in which many of my friends are arriving at during this brief time.  Many others whom have gone before are welcoming these precious hearts home, angels guiding their journey to heaven's gardens.      This ones for all of you who have moved on and for the families of those continuing to struggle right now.  We miss you all so much already.

15 comments:

ayala said...

Sorry about the loss you have gone through..the poem is lovely.

Jinksy said...

I'm so pleased you were able to see a heavenly garden within the glorious colours! May they help you find peace...

Luke Prater said...

love the use of colour here

Everyday Goddess said...

I love the peace you have found with such a hard experience.

Did I forget to tell you that I gave you one of my weekly Goddess Awards? this is the link: http://www.goddesswrite.com/2011/06/toasting-posts-of-week_19.html

In-joy!

Lolamouse said...

You have crafted such a beautiful piece of writing from your difficult experiences. Your use of the prompt is masterful as well. Take care.

aquariann said...

Beautiful poem, it sparkles with happy memories of those shining souls that have left the earth.

That gentleman's lady said...

Someday it will be our turn to make that trip, but till then, as I was told by the person I love most - "Life, was meant for living."

I try.

ds said...

Sorry for your loss; the ability to see all of the colors of life as expressed in your poem is wonderful--and healing.

jabblog said...

This is a heartfelt and poignant response to the prompt. Well spoken:-)

moondustwriter said...

It is a beautiful reflection of the celebration of life
poignant yet bright

Mikko Tyllinen said...

Very beautiful!!!!

Christine said...

May you have peace today.

Indie said...

I love the way your words provide such a delicate frame for this event in life that gaces all of us.

Aayushi Mehta said...

Lovely poem, reading this helped me a lot.

Brian Miller said...

i am so sorry for your loss...to gleen such beauty from those experiences is a wonderful tribute to them...