Colorful cosmos

Let the extraneous fade away;
Begone the chaos of the day,
For I cannot control time’s cascade.
Instead I focus on the small:
A leaf, a bud, the soothing rain,
The wind that whispers down the hall.
If I am mindful when night falls,
Will I sense an order to it all?


©️2020 Paula Light and Light Motifs II. No unauthorized use permitted. Please check out Paula’s books for sale on Amazon.

Written for Eugi’s Weekly Prompt.

Image credit to lovethispic.

17 responses to “Chaos/Order

  1. What a lovely poem. The small things matter most in life and together they make the bigger picture.

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  2. Focusing on the small things in life helps us understand the overall picture. Beautifully written, Paula!

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  3. Very nice poem – enjoyed it. 🙂 True, it’s the simple joys in life that count most.

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  4. I like this pondering with a seasoning of hope!

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