Little one
you cling to the blooms
as if you know it was always
your destiny to have done so.

Without a murmur you arrived
hardly disturbing Mother Nature’s mood


maybe she too was pleased to see
your effervescent smile and, so
taken with your zest for life
and happiness
she joined you in presenting
your summer celebration.


© Daydreamertoo           *All rights reserved

Shared with Three Word Wednesday CCLXXVl Cling, Murmur, Taken
Poetry Jam Celebration
With Real ToadsKenia’s Wednesday Challenge

Author: Daydreamer

I live on a beautiful island in Atlantic Canada.

36 thoughts on “Celebration”

  1. I’m not sure my first comment counted. 😦

    Anyway, I’ll say that again. I love it especially for the first stanza that disclosures your heart.

    Thank you muchly for participating in my challenge. ❤

  2. Love the way you address to the little creature. First stanza will be my favorite because it discloses your heart. ❤

  3. What a fuzzy little piece. I love that nature doesn’t waste time fishing around, it only pulls out what is innate. Hope you are enjoying the early part of summer.

  4. I saw this photo too recently and you do capture some of its joy and wonder in your poem!

  5. I LOVE this! That little face is so joyous – what a cool idea to show the celebration of life by the smallest of creatures. This is adorable.

  6. How gorgeous! Your words are the perfect accompaniment to the sweet picture. Reminds me of the joy of welcoming a new baby into a home.

  7. ‘Little one’ is such a tender gorgeous start..i am sure the little one can be whomever we treasure but as a rodent lover that little mouse stole my heart too..Jae

  8. Oh my goodness!! Bren!!! That is absolutely the CUTEST thing I’ve seen ALL day!! I love the words you’ve put to this…I think mother nature celebrates those moments too! Love it!

  9. Ohh, what a sweet poem! New life always gives us something worth celebrating. Thanks for sharing this with us over at Poetry Jam this week!

  10. I love the picture! She really does look like she is celebrating summer, doesn’t she? This made me smile as I read it, Bren.

  11. I was actually treated to this photo earlier today…what a coincidence…you did a fabulous job using the 3 words, and I read your poem with a smile….well-done

  12. I love the spare imagery and conjecture here which would give me the picture even if you hadn’t included it. How wonderful it is! Perfect poem.

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