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  A Walk In My Garden
by Richard Lee Orey
Monday, January 29, 2007
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O, come stroll in my beauty


                                                                                       







                                                                                         The Rose Garden of Richard Lee Orey

                                                                                           The St. Francis of Assisi Fountain


 



   

            A swing for my great-granddaughter Reyanna Sage Orey                                                       








 


                                                                        A Walk In My Garden

                         



 

                                                                                                      O, come stroll in my beauty,

                                                                                                      Sniff the fragrance of my air,   

                                                                                                      Come pause at my fountain,

                                                                                                      Enjoy all without care.



                                                                                                      Peer into my gazer, 

                                                                                                      Mirrored images so bright:

                                                                                                      My purpleleaf plum tree,

                                                                                                      Even roses at night.

      

                                                                                                      See the cross on Mount Helix,

                                                                                                      The Lagunas afar,

                                                                                                      Hear the whir of my hummingbird

                                                                                                      Greeting morning's last star.



                                                                                                      Linger 'neath my tall willow,

                                                                                                      Showing grace in her style,

                                                                                                      Drink deep of the moment,

                                                                                                      No matter the while.



                                                                                                      Then visit Fat Buddha

                                                                                                      To offer a prayer

                                                                                                      Giving thanks in enchantment 

                                                                                                      Of life everywhere.



                                                                                                      'Cause a walk in my garden,

                                                                                                      'Tis said and 'tis true ,

                                                                                                       Refreshes the soul

                                                                                                       For God walks here, too.



 



 



                                                                                                       Copyright 2007

                                                                                                       Richard Lee Orey

                              

 



 


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Reviewed by Haleema Liban 6/30/2013
Nice poem
Reviewed by David Young 3/5/2013
enjoyed
Reviewed by Isabella Koldras 2/7/2013
An inspiring poem and beautiful Garden.
Thank you for sharing.
Isabella
Reviewed by Mary Grace Patterson 9/25/2012
What a beautiful garden. It's a wonderful place to spend a day and evening ... Great POEM.....M
Reviewed by Lena Kovadlo 11/20/2011
Nice poem Richard. Love the pictures too. Thanks for sharing. I really enjoyed the read.
Reviewed by Ragno Donna 9/12/2010
Your poetry is very well written and I have listened to a few. You have a very sexy voice.

Ragno Donna
Reviewed by Inspire Hope 5/28/2010
Richard! Richard! This is absolutely beautiful..I needed this and it is so on time. No I do not come by often enough! but each time I do there is a blessing that awaits me here! May the Lord continue to enrich you with His Love and His presence! I must commend you on your beautiful garden Thanks Richard!

Much Love,
Margaret
Reviewed by Lorraine Hulse 5/2/2010
Wow! You thought this one thoroughly and this is just beautiful. You are so gifted and talented. Keep on doing what you are doing, you are a amazing writer. I will not forget your great advice. Thanks a million.
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 4/26/2010
An absolutely beautiful read, my friend. I was there, smelling the flowers, and I feel peaceful and so inspired. Thank you, Richard.

Best,
Tami
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 4/23/2010
Richard, this is just so inspirational and peaceful, with your voice and the lovely photos of your garden of plenty...Makes me want to hop on a plane and come see this garden for myself...I can feel the tranquility and peace within your words and soothing lull of your voice..Nicely done my dear friend...
Much peace, love, and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 4/23/2010
Absolutely gorgeous, one can almost feel the peacefulness of a walk through your garden Richard...your lovely poem is enhanced by eloquence of you reading it.

Carole~
Reviewed by Richard Orey 4/23/2010
THIS IS A POSTED REVIEW BY JEANETTE COOPER (through my name) FOR THE REASON STATED BELOW. (Thank you, Dear Jeanette.)


Richard, I tried to write a review of this poem, but it wouldn't accept it, saying I had previously written a review. However, I hadn't. This is what I said:

Richard, you are a man of many talents. Your rose garden is absolutely gorgeous. I can not find the words to express my perception of just how beautiful it is, but your excellent poetic description says what I can not say.

I can remember back when you said to me that you weren't into writing poetry (or something similar). You've overcome those early hurdles by leaps and bounds and are penning poetry that touches the passions and soul of readers.

Indeed, to enable you to create such beauty as your colorful roses, God must walk in your garden.

Jeanette

.......................................

AND THIS REVIEW FROM J'NAI FOWLER THAT DID NOT GET POSTED (Thank you, Dear J'nai):

These representations of your garden are just divine. And your poem does them justice as well. To walk through this scene and to sit a spell on one of the benches and to survey the surrounding hills is like a bit of heaven on earth, I think. Love it.

Hugs, J'nia
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 4/23/2010
Gardens are there to remind us of that Garden of Eden that God gave to us. Can we anytime soon reverse the tendency and go back to what if was?
A gem of a poem, and it was like hearing Jimmy Steward's reading it.
Kudos!

Georg

Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 8/3/2009
and Richard, as you know I love the landscape of your garden
& your scenic view in your words...so very beautiful & fragrant
I can imagine how lovely this smells too
The Cherished Presence of any Rose....kissing a breeze with beauty
Lovely...
Love & Inspirations
Vickie
Reviewed by Cynthia Borris 7/21/2009
Richard,

No tent? Guess I'll linger alongside the roses and visit with God. Thanks for the invite and visual walk.

Cynthia
Reviewed by Nicole Weaver 7/13/2009
Richard,
I too have a rose garden. I love roses. Great poem, there is nothing more beautiful than a well kept rose garden. Great write.
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 7/13/2009
What a beautiful garden indeed!
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 7/10/2009
....a garden is miraculous, a gift from God...I still gaze at a flower and ponder the magificent beauty of each blossom.....truly stunning poetry.
Reviewed by Pamela garner 2/7/2009
Reading this takes my mind to your garden & if I'm really there. Such powerful and beautiful write. Pamela
Reviewed by Joanna Leone 1/5/2009
The photo of the garden is beautiful! I think that being outdoors, the scent of the flowers, and the vibrant colors of a garden is the best way to heal the mind and spirit. The garden seems very calming and refreshing. Most of all, a garden helps people to reflect and relax. Excellent poem!
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 12/18/2008
Yes, so simple, so pure, so gentle and so true. Your garden sounds like a place of healing to me.
Blessings J'nia
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/27/2008
I used to have a garden. They have destroyed it. Love and peace,

Regis
Reviewed by Valerie Roeske 9/5/2008
What a Beautiful Garden, Wish I was there, indulging the treasured moments of life and the beauty of the creator, Take care, Blessing's to you Valerie
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 3/28/2008
Must read more of your good writing. Just found you on author;s den and sure you are inspiring to others and me. God Bless
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 3/17/2008
Such a sense of Peace, tranquility found in the gardens, I have spent many hours tolling away in and enjoying every minute! All YOU need now, is the sweet sound of chimes! All tempos! :)
Your poem shines heavenly Rich!
Where I feel even closer to Jesus, our fine EARTH!
Write On!
Warmest Blessings, LOVE, LIGHT and Inner Peace, Warrior Purple Lady Sweet Shexooo

STay Positive!
STay STrong!
Reviewed by Diana Wiles 3/15/2008
This was an absolute pleasure to read..thinking ahead to beautiful summer days. The fragrance, the colour, the warm sun on my neck..I experienced it all...An idyllic walk.. Love, Diana
Reviewed by Patricia Sanders 2/25/2008
I love the spiritual message contained within your words.
Reviewed by Rafika Anderson (Reader) 2/1/2008
I love the perspective this was written from, allowing us to hear the "voice" of the garden. The author is attentive to every detail, every aspect of the garden -- the sky, the environs, the plants, the statuary, and even the air -- regaling the reader with a 360 degree experience of the subject. The structure and style of the poem lend themselves to the topic, leading the reader easily through each stanza with the easy flow of the rhyme. Exquisitely crafted. Thank you for sharing.
Reviewed by Gianetta Ellis 1/19/2008
Nicely written. I feel like I've been immersed in summertime as I sit here in mid-January with temperatures in the teens. This piece uplifts and surrounds the reader with sights, sounds and smells.
Reviewed by Richard Swartz 1/15/2008
Wow wat a poem and nicely put thanks for shearing God Bless you and my your walk with God be a blessful one as you walk with him every Day

Richard
Reviewed by Lynda Nilus (Reader) 1/1/2008
For those of us who live in the hustle and bustle of the city, this indeed is a very refreshing walk, especially with the marvellous accompanying music choice of the poet. I look forward to a walk in a garden such as this, if I can find one!

Lynda Nilus, Avid Reader
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 11/4/2007
I feel the aroma of YOUR gargen from YOUR beautiful words!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by wendy ryals 9/10/2007
Sir this is a beautiful way to start a day...To walk with Lord and to taste his goodness, while being refreshed in the mist of he who cares. What an awesome wonder to meet at an divine appointment is
A Walk In My Garden...meditation & food for the soul.
Reviewed by Faye Kilday 9/2/2007
Hello Richard, this is a beautiful poem. I get a lot of inspiration for my own poems from gardens and God's natural beauty too. What a stunning rose garden you have... it's overflowing with poems just waiting to be written! Thank you for welcoming me to Authors Den, that was a lovely surprise :-) I hope your beautiful garden inspires you to write many more poems!

Many blessings,

Faye
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 8/24/2007
I found your site, and LOVED your writing. It spoke to my heart and soul. Thank you for viewing my site and the recommendation to view yours. I hope you'll continue to visit me.
Thank you for the reminder "When we live with God in our heart, our future is to live in the heart of God." God's peace and blessings.
Kathy
Reviewed by Frances Webb 8/20/2007
And a great way to be refreshed. A lovely stroll through a garden, leaving off the daily cares, getting closer to God our Maker. Thanks again. Wonderful poetry.
Reviewed by Pamilla deLeon- Lewis 7/27/2007
You have left me speechless and that is a very difficult thing for anyone to achieve... Your work is perennial...timeless, eternal...You are my kind of poet...love it.

Reviewed by Louisa Dobbins 6/21/2007
An awesome reflection of God's glory.
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 6/19/2007
Timeless work...the picture alone vouches for the authenticity...the beauty of the geographical terrain, your rose garden taps romance from the Hellenistic age, a bygone era, and grows it's lovely fragrant petals of love into modern day...Rudyard Kipling said this, "Gardens are not made from sitting in the shade."...be well, Richard...Blessed Be.

Sage
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 6/12/2007
Enchanting...thanks for the delightful invitation, Richard.

Gina
Reviewed by Debra Baker 5/26/2007
Richard, absolutely breath taking this write. A sanctuary your Garden. Beautiful, peaceful, fragrant and tranquil. Continue to write Richard, your work is a treasure to a heart.
Reviewed by Spirit Warrior 5/18/2007
Very Beautiful

God Bless -Spirit Warrior

p.s. I sure do miss the beauty of So.Cal God willing I'll be back someday
Reviewed by Jerry Engler 5/10/2007
I am sure this is a physical garden as your photo portrays, but also a garden of the heart. Well done...Jerry
Reviewed by Elizabeth Parsons 4/29/2007
Oh, Richard, this is so beautiful. I love that it's written from the garden's POV. I believe I actually caught the scent of plum blossoms while reading this. A wonderful piece of written art that touches the five senses with beauty and grace. Elizabeth
Reviewed by Sharon Jordan 4/23/2007
What a beautiful poem! Takes me in a stroll in my mind! Thank you!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/16/2007
Richard your garden is sublime and the poem is divine! I'm really impressed, your poem is better than mine! Thanks for the invite;-)

Eileen
Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg 3/10/2007
like the breath of spring air, and thanks for the photo...it was nice to see the blue sky as i visualized each step of this garden
mmmmmmm....love the smell of those roses
Reviewed by Pier Tyler 2/23/2007
Wow! what a beautiful, tranquil garden. Looking at it refreshes my soul.
Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 2/18/2007
I love roses, especially! Your garden and "A Walk in My Garden" shines with worldly beauty, containing His peace to all...withall~
Love and Peace~
Kimmy~
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 2/11/2007
Blessed be those that sing Paeans to Mother Nature.

"A Walk In My Garden" brings the aroma of wisdom and the Voice of the wise.

In gratitude,


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by A PAX 2/5/2007
Very nice garden, and the sweetest poem........great meter and rhyme....very visual poetry indeed pax A
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 2/4/2007
Richard, a walk in your garden sounds absolutely wonderful. I love your poem, the images, and the sensory impressions. I tried my hand with roses and was a terrible failure. The picture of your garden is a blessed little Eden.
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 2/2/2007
Richard, I found this to be a pleasant walk along a magnificent overlook that produced a beautiful veiw of lovely flowers and landmarks. I could actually smell the fresh flowers and see the small hummingbird whirl its tiny wings. This is a beautifully written piece of poetry.
Reviewed by H. Lena Jones 2/1/2007
I enjoyed the stroll in your beautiful, scented garden, Richard. And what a fine garden it is! Tranquil too, I bet!

Peace and love
Lena
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 1/31/2007
A lovely journey indeed, Richard, in colorful imagery and verse; well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by vicki orey (Reader) 1/31/2007
Hey Dad! What a beautiful poem--and so true!

Love, Vicki
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 1/30/2007
This was a blessing to read. God Bless you Richard, Holly
Reviewed by CJ Heck 1/29/2007
This is wonderful, Richard. Excellent rhyme and meter carry the poem through your lovely imagery -- a pleasure to read and again, wonderful!
Love,
CJ
Reviewed by J M 1/29/2007
I always find God in the garden of my soul and in the yard. beautiful inpsiring poem once more.
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