Posted in December 2018, Mirror Cinquain, Scripture

SonShine

Christmas

Came in the night

God’s Light lit up the world

Darkness fled, the Son shone bright

For us

For us

Darkness fled, the Son shone bright

God’s Light lit up the world

Came in the night

Christmas

Mirror Cinquain

Posted in April 2017, Mirror Cinquain, NaPoWriMo 2017

Portrait of The Word

Names of Jesus
A Friend 

Who never leaves

A Brother who sticks close

A Savior who died for me

Jesus

The Christ

The Way, Truth, Life

Redeemer of my soul

The Wisdom and Power of God

My All 

Mirror Cinquain

Today’s #NaPoWriMo Prompt was to write a portrait poem about someone who was important to you. I wrote this about the One whom I love dearly. 

It is a portrait of The Word based on:John 1:1, Matthew 11:19, Hebrews 2:11-12, Luke 2:11, Matthew 1:21, Matthew 22:42, John 14:6, Job 19:25, 1 Corinthians 1:24, Colossians 3:11

Posted in Mirror Cinquain, September 2015

Life’s Purpose?

Mirror Cinquain poem about life's purpose--shadows
Original Poetry by Leona J. Atkinson ©2015 (graphic from clker.com) Based on Psalm 39: 4-7 NKJV “LORD, make me to know my end, And what is the measure of my days, That I may know how frail I am. Indeed, You have made my days as handbreadths, And my age is as nothing before You; Certainly every man at his best state is but vapor. Selah Surely every man walks about like a shadow; Surely they busy themselves in vain; He heaps up riches, And does not know who will gather them. “And now, Lord, what do I wait for? My hope is in You.”

 

Posted in April 2015, Mirror Cinquain, NaPoWriMo 2015

Starlight Nights

Mirror Cinquain poem about constellations and childhood memories
Original Poetry by Leona J. Atkinson ©2015
Image Credit: http://www.telescopeking.com/guides/ursa-major-constellation-big-dipper/

NaPoWriMo–Day 2–prompt:  constellations

This prompt inspired me to write this poem of childhood memories of clear night skies out in the country where we lived, looking up at all the stars and listening to dad tell us about the constellations and point out which ones we were seeing.