Across the vast expansive sky,
making its way in colours fly —
rose, golden, green and violet.
Arching its hue in feline stretch,
above the trees,
against the clouds.
Rain and sunbeam joining hands-
to celebrate the season change.
Molding land to sky above —
dance with the Creator — the message, Love.
Across the years in time and space,
making our way in peace and grace.
Poised on the rim of firmament-
stretching our minds in endless search-
above the earth’s
God with man, made manifold,
to strengthen souls with faith untold.
Molding man to realms above —
dance with the Creator-the message, Love.
Cathy Jeanes is a member of St. Matthew on-the-Plains Burlington.
last night I wanted to wake you
to tell of the stunning sapphire butterfly
resting on the squash leaves, the
flexing flexing flexing wings
I wanted to
but it was dark
and His sapphire wouldn’t have been as glorious
outside my dream
Rebecca Clifford lives in Caledonia
The Editor welcomes poems appropriate for publication in the Niagara Anglican.