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Haiku summer

Waiting for Rain


lonely Hunger Stone

on the growing river bank

together, alone


Surely the arm of the Lord is not too short to save, nor His ear to dull to hear.

Isaiah 59:1 (NIV)

Photo by Dr. Bernd Gross on Wikipedia.

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Haiku summer

Rain

Photo by Gary Fultz on Unsplash

the morning after

birds singing in the brisk breeze

thankful for the rain


Let us acknowledge the Lord; let us press on to acknowledge Him. As surely as the sun rises, He will appear; He will come to us like the winter rains, like the spring rains that water the earth.

Hosea 6:3 (NIV)

and in summer, too. 😊

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Haiku

Adaptability


Sitting center street

Stands the ancient, mighty oak

The world goes around


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Haiku summer

Sunset on Lake Michigan

Photo by Betty Chambers from Chambers on the Road

step out on the rocks

just beyond the water’s edge

sunset’s siren song


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Haiku summer

The Monarch

Photo by Gary Fultz on Unsplash

a stately monarch

perched atop a bright orange throne

each flower a home


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Haiku summer

Mid-Summer


cicada chorus

swirling in the Southern heat

opened oven door


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Haiku

Homecoming


The light of music

shines underneath my heart’s door

like a child come home


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Haiku

Soul Shine

Photo by Gary Fultz

the water, like glass,

reflecting the setting sun

mirror for the soul


For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” made His light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of God in the face Christ.

2 Corinthians 4:6 (NIV)
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Father’s Day Haiku

Fireside Father

In a hearty fire

the smell of hickory smoke

a boy and his dad.


In memory of Glen Duncan (1935-2007).

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Haiku spring

No Rain, No Rainbow

Photo by Gary Fultz on Unsplash

after the rain came

the sun, in the azure sky

turned brown into green


He has made everything beautiful in its time.

Ecclesiastes 3:10a (NIV)

Twenty-two years ago, this summer, my life hit rock bottom. By God’s grace, I’m still here. Friend, if you’ve been there, you can make it too!