April: Spirit of Youth

April hath put a spirit of youth in everything.
            — William Shakespeare
April's Flower, the Daisy, our Day's Eye

With eyes that never blink,
And time to savor and think
While tickling my toes.
I wonder what it knows.
      ------G. Hill
 I yearn to know 
So, I lean in low.
And to my delight and little to hide,
 . . . . they confide.
        -----G. Hill
The mist and the fog
I've seen it all,
All that's been,
And potential within.
     -----G. Hill
But April dictates
Showers of grace
Not to deny,
But to glorify
Our light within. 
      ------G. Hill
Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.
       ------Matthew 4:16
There is so much in the world for us all if we only have the eyes to see it.
       ------Lucy Maud Montgomery

See Also: Winging on Petals of Hope and Greenery, The Great Blending

GH

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Nancy E Buhrer says:

    you really have a gift for this wisdom – again I love the pics and the beauty of the scripture – thank you!

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    1. Thank you, Nancy. There was a time when I denied them. Now I know I need to use them while I can. We all have been sent here for a purpose. Why did it take me so long to acknowledge it?

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      1. Thank you, Carol. And you of course are the amazing painter.

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  2. Carol Anne Pinnel says:

    She’s right ….you do have a wonderful gift. You are so in tune with nature. You appreciate the beauty everywhere.

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  3. Bill R says:

    I like the many brief thoughts of G
    Bill over the last few days. They are worthwhile.

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    1. That is so nice to read. Thank you. Very much appreciated.

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