Tag Archives: Kyrielle

Valley of Trouble

There I will give her back her vineyards,     and will make the Valley of Achor a door of hope. There she will respond as in the days of her youth,     as in the day she came up out of Egypt. Hosea 2:15 … Continue reading

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Valley of Tears

As they pass through the Valley of Baka, they make it a place of springs; the autumn rains also cover it with pools. Psalm 84:6 (NIV). My Savior will dry all my tears The Lord God knows all my fears … Continue reading

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Ms. Kruschke’s Kids

This is a Kyrielle I wrote for my niece’s second grade class. I think they liked it! Bailey boasts curious classes One has nine lads and eight lasses Would-be writers and strong readers Ms. Kruschke’s second grade Tigers They learn … Continue reading

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Celebrate Christ Is Risen

Yesterday in despair we wept Friday last the veil was riven Oh to know His promises kept Celebrate that Christ has risen Today Christ has risen indeed Grace and mercy to us given Because we know our deepest need Celebrate … Continue reading

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In a Heartbeat, in a Flash

Kanzen is tending the bar today for Poetics at dVerse Poets Pub asking for poems on change. I went to a new favorite form, the Kyrielle, and decided to touch on a topic that’s been on my mind a lot … Continue reading

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Camping

Listen closely and you will hear Conversations about anything Family and friends who are dear In the circle of chairs camping Never a dearth of food to eat “We brought skillet; what did you bring?” Chips and hot dogs, salad … Continue reading

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Monsoon of Mercy

At dVerse Poets Pub today, Abhra tells a tale of the monsoon season in India. The “prompt” for the day is fairly vague, so I drew from Abhra’s story about how the hot, dry summer is followed by the monsoon. … Continue reading

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