I pray my words will rest inside
Your soul in nests of love and hope
So when you need them you will find
The strength to help you better cope.

But if you feel it’s not enough,
And hope is nowhere to be found,
Then let us search for seeds of faith
And plant them firmly in the ground.

23 thoughts on “Seeds

  1. Good poem. Its consistent and motivaional

    1. I have replaced it with the original version. I hope you do not regret your words now.

      1. I have not seen it yet but I am sure its just as good

  2. Seeds can sleep for years and years
    so we can dispell all our fears
    flowers and grasses grow quite well
    even after a firey hell
    how much more so our seeds of faith
    protected by our love and grace.

    Thank you for this lovely morning poem.

    1. It’s undergone a makeover since you last read it. Or more accurately, it’s been reverted back to its original form. Love your poetic reply. 🙂

      1. Hmmm…I’ll look at it again then! 🙂 Glad you liked the ranga like reply.

        1. Ah…this is quite different indeed! And if you added the other two stanza’s as a two voice dialogue?

          1. I tried but the stanzas didn’t mesh well together. Appreciate the suggestion though. 🙂

            1. A shame, they could have gone well together. C’est la vie!

  3. i’ve taken a bit of a break from reading and publishing– so lovely to get back to it and read your lovely words again. . .

    1. It is good to take a break sometimes to clear your thoughts and rejuvenate. 🙂

  4. A seed gatherer by choice, motivation and desire. A disperser of seeds too. May you harvest what you sow. Lovely words.x

    1. Seems like a lot of work but the result is worth it. 🙂

      1. Pick some for me, eh? 😉 x

  5. I like!!! And so motivational 🙂

    1. I’m glad you think so. 🙂

  6. I love the sentiment in this. Great write!

    1. I’m glad you liked it. 🙂

  7. This is wow-wonderful. Sorry I’m been absent–having returned, the comments are so many that I’ve had to mostly leave likes, only. No reflection on you or your lovely work, I’m a bit stretched right now.

    1. No need to apologize for being absent. It is a wonderful thing to have a life outside of the blogosphere, and please do not feel obligated to leave comments. Just the fact that you are reading my work gives me great pleasure. 🙂

      1. You’re very gracious, I appreciate that.

  8. I must say , you have a great site, and I like what you do in regarding tips on poetry etc….well done

    1. I’m so glad you think so! Thank you for your kind words. 🙂

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