Shekinah Glory – Haiku 2022 #Moonwashed

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light shelters within

shekinah glory ribbons

wrapping thunderstorms


In response to Eugi’s #Moonwashed Prompt – Thunderstorm – September 27, 2022

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

39 thoughts on “Shekinah Glory – Haiku 2022 #Moonwashed

      1. Thank you Poet.
        Spring in the South has various blooming dances acros the country,
        We seeing dots of her here and there.
        A blessed harvest time for you.

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      2. Thank you Poet, we feel her springing up like that. A different spring in her feet her and there, also the colours she wears changes with lots and lots of green.
        You are welcome.

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  1. Wonderful! Thunderstorms, and more specifically lightening, always remind me of divine insight. There, and then gone. Yet, thunder and lightening, like divine insight, always come again. A lovely Sunday poem, Suzette.

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