Sunday, March 29, 2015

2015 SOLSC 29/31: Pensee Poem for Sunday

Today I join my fellow bloggers in "serving up a slice" 
to the Slice of Life (SOL) community.
Thanks to Stacey, Tara, Betsy, Dana, Beth, and Anna
for hosting this meeting place each day in March
                                                    and for nurturing our writing lives. 

I love to watch the rippling effects of our posts.  I try out the pensee form explained by Michelle 
who was inspired by Windows to My Life.

"A pensee poem is a poem that uses syllabic form. There's no specific meter or rhyme. 

syllabic count 2-4-7-8-6;
line 1 is the subject;
line 2 gives description;
line 3, action;
line 4, the setting;
line 5, final thought."

Light of the world
Redeems my soul, lifts me up
Yesterday, today and always
Teach me to walk in light
Image taken at the Chihuly Garden and Glass during Joan's visit in February.


  1. Wonderful message to remember all year long. Gorgeous glass!

  2. Sunshine
    Where for art thou?
    Shining down upon the snow
    the grass, damp with dew and snowflakes
    bring your warmth and light to us.


    1. Love that you pen a poem in reply to a post, Kevin! Hope the warmth and light of sunshine is finding you.

  3. Love seeing the connections among everyone, Ramona.

  4. That glass is just amazing, Ramona, the candle light makes them look even more spectacular.

  5. A beautiful expression of faith, in the words and the photo that complements the words so well.

  6. What a wonderful message. I love Christmas and Easter. They give me hope each day.