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Tender Footings

Nickels and dimes of worries 

scatter like leaves of the white birch

 

Water droplets on still oak leaves 

dance in delight at our footsteps

 

Rushing river steals smiles 

carrying them to our laughing brook of tomorrows

 

Song of the chick-a-dee guides our passage

through splendor scope of God’s creation

 

Thirsty for fellowship ~ bonding 

quenched by promise of the bee’s quaffing 

 

Hidden caves beneath the rivers 

explored with tender footings

 

Weight of captures around our necks 

released by magnification 

of God’s love through nature

 

Bluejays wings keep time

with melody of heart to heart

 

Footsteps never to be forgotten 

vanish within earths soil of time

 

 Kathy J Snow©

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2 thoughts on “Tender Footings

  1. I LOVE this, Kathy! So atmospheric and beautiful. As I read it I could savour the sights and smells, inhale and sense the wonder of your walk as if I were on it with you. Simply lovely! Thank you 🙂 xx

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