Treetop Mockingbird

What delight there is here
Gently swaying treetop
Autumn leaves swing freely

What song bird do I hear
Clinging to a treetop
Mockingbird sings sweetly

What calls a leaping squirrel
High into the branches
Burrow in a treetop

What says an autumn treetop
Praise to GOD forever
King Jesus reigns supremely



Poem by Carol Ann Hoel © November 6, 2010


About Carol Ann Ritchey

Life is good because God is good.
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8 Responses to Treetop Mockingbird

  1. planejaner says:

    ah, deep breath…and, so lovely.
    jane

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  2. trisha says:

    very, very true and absolutely beautiful as always. love you so much for yourself and these beautiful posts you share with all of us.

    lots of love.

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    • I smile when I see your warm heart icon, Trisha. You are very kind. I looked at your new poem about the woman in the moon. It’s a beautiful love story. Thank you for your precious friendship. You are a treasure, Trisha. Blessings to you a thousandfold!

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  3. Nature often speaks more worthy words than humans choose to. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  4. Jingle says:

    love this one,
    super cute….

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