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Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, The fruit of the womb is a reward. Psalm 127:3 NKJV
I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.
Psalm 139:14 NKJV
When I saw the meaning of this poetic form titled “Alouette”, which is French word meaning ‘skylark’ or larks that fly high, .I was excited to try it out as it immediately made me think of the Meadowlark’s that live in the meadow near my home.
I love hearing their beautiful songs and I had thoughts of writing a charming poem about them and their melodies, romantic, lovely, flutelike, glorious, words that inspire and uplift!
Well, upon researching the Meadowlark, I found that their song is sung only to mark their territory! It is not a love song, it is not a glorious song of joy, (as it seems it is when heard) it is just a warning song of sorts, one that let’s other birds know they cannot trespass on the land the lark lives on. So, my dreamy thoughts deflated, I wrote a poem about them as best as I could. 🙂
Information on the Western Meadowlark
Listen to the Song of the Lark
Oregon’s highest mountain–Mt. Hood is also one of the loftiest mountains in our nation.
I feel blessed that I am able to live so close to it, visit it, and photograph it.
This poem was written in honor of National Pie Day and National Handwriting Day–January 23rd
January 23rd is also the birthday of John Hancock
This poem was written in honor of Celebration of Life Day—January 22nd