Loving One Another


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Endings

Endings are our new beginnings

Every day offers both

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Newness

baby sleeping in a basket and a round feather surrounding the basket

My granddaughter, Hope,
and her husband, Drew,
are expecting their baby girl any day now.

Knowing this is the week
we will lay my friend, Carol, to rest,
and this is the week our grandson,
Chris, is ending his 6 month stay in the USA,
it is fitting that a new beginning
is imminent.

God bless this new life
about to join us!

Hope preg2

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See you tomorrow

 

Reverse Cinquain summary:
• 5-line stanza inspired by the haiku and tanka
• syllabic count: 2-8-6-4-2
• meter optional
• rhyme optional
• titled, where the title is used as a sixth line
• may be centered or left-justified

Comments on: "Newness: Reverse Cinquain" (1)

  1. Having seen your next one first, I now know why she is such a big baby 🙂

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