I Often Wonder, poetry by Joyce Mary J at Spillwords.com
I’m happy to announce that my poem is published in Spillwords.com and also to see that it is one of the poetry trending today.
I’m really grateful and humbled for giving me the opportunity.
Spillwords.com presents: I Often Wonder, poetry written by Joyce Mary J, a nurse by profession who loves to read and write.
Source: I Often Wonder, poetry by Joyce Mary J at Spillwords.com
Nature at it’s best…
When we are really feeling down,all we have to do is to look for a sign to keep going on… Nature has it’s own way of giving us hope and an excellent ability to put a smile on a crying face.
Once full of life,
It gave lives to many,
Sunshine was its friend,
Who used to put happiness on its face,
And breeze its companion,
With whom it loved to dance.
Then the time changed,
Starting to change its colour,
Was the first sign of ageing,
Now the sunshine was nomore tender,
And the breeze transformed into storm.
Disgraced and battered,
It fell on the ground,
It was stepped by many,
But it took that chance to leave an imprint,
On their path forever.
When all you can see is, beauty around you….
Make magic out of each moment…
It’s never about where you grow, it’s about how you grow…
Even if it’s a storm outside, always carry a sunshine in your heart..
Beauty in white…
Beautiful and humble…
Open your eyes…
This daffodil likes to photobomb…
Looks like it’s raining yellow..
Nature’s own bouquet..
It doesn’t matter how small you are when you decide to shine, you shine…
When hope spreads from one to another….
“When in doubt, wear purple.” – Unknown