In January

(Poem by Wendy Howe )

I dreamt of an angel
with no wings. She wore
a shawl harvesting the hue
of brown rice,

a garland of berries
binding her hair

and pale radiance
that soothed the child in her arms.

Holding this new year of life,
she walked through the field,
her shadow stretched over the ground
like a sheer lining
between air and grass, the breath
of Winter and the roots of Spring.

Further south,
morning doves
shook some pine branches

And I awoke
watching Dawn
soak minutes in a bowl
of golden light.

Thankful, I opened my window
and prayed.
© 2011, Wendy Howe. E-mail.

To know more  about this poem,   about Wendy Howe

All Images & Poems (En)

Poems & Images

Free DHTML scripts provided by
Dynamic Drive

Peaceful Nativity

(Drawing by )

Peaceful Nativity

© 2011,

Sorry, but a Javascript-enabled browser is required to email me.


Free MUSIC provided by
Free Music Downloads
Katrine Gislinge, piano

To continue visiting the site with music, click here
To continue visiting the site without music, click on any other link below.

Other Poems with Images :

Image Of The MonthNext Image Of The Month

See also Images & Poèmes (Fr)


All Free Stuff ! Click here !

expo4          Home          Continue          Stamps          mfrini