Almond Tree

almondtree

 

The sound of the wind through the leaves

Sweet fragrance the scent of the evening

A pink petal caresses the air

Shimmers in the shades coldness

Blossom of winter wonderful and free

Intense the presence of your anointing

Precious gift adorned with splendour

For you remain faithful to your promise.

—–

Written with Poetry Jam

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11 Responses to Almond Tree

  1. Wonderfully light and dreamy poem, Alan. A winter blossom indeed! Loved reading this.

  2. Sumana Roy says:

    I love how the tree makes its presence felt by the fragrance in the evening and the last three lines make one aware of the grand celebration ahead…

  3. brian miller says:

    nice…i like how you start with the tree…and the blossoms, which my my fav part…and then take it much deeper with the spiritual uses and the promise….cool write alan…

  4. Mary says:

    What a beautiful reflective poem, Alan. I have never smelled the fragrance of an almond tree, but you have taken me right there and then much deeper into the promise fulfilled!

  5. Gabriella says:

    You use beautiful imagery at the beginning of your poem, Alan. I like the progression too, how you go from the images to the promise and its fulfillment.

  6. Laurie Kolp says:

    I love this poem, Alan!

  7. Helen says:

    Alan, this is beautiful, gentle, soothing ….

  8. Umang says:

    “Sweet fragrance in the evening”, reflecting a soothing imagination while reading it. Quite relieving.

  9. arathi says:

    very nice image you have created here and to end with insight is beautiful..loved it:)

  10. peggygoetz says:

    Oh the promise of the blossoms. What a lovely and thoughtful poem. I have enjoyed your prompt and finally got my poem posted!

  11. djtsmith says:

    “for you remain faithful to your promise” A lovely poem.

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