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Something Miraculous.
by Diana Wiles
Monday, March 22, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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One morning, one February, glancing out of the window into the garden...something miraculous occurred...

Something Miraculous.

It was a morning of closeness,
Bunches of bright, fresh Daffodils
Brightening our room, our hearts, and our souls.
Magic moments of peace, love and togetherness
mellowed us.

Then something miraculous happened.
The sun, the rain, and our Forsythia tree
Conspired quietly to create for us an amazing
Display of spectral magic.

Myriad droplets of shimmering beauty
Suspended from every branch
Bedazzled us with every imagineable hue.
The tree sparkled and flashed Ruby reds,
vibrant Blues, Purples, Pinks and
Ocean Greens of awesome splendour.
Spellbound, we gazed in awe at Nature's
Exquisite showcase.

Then..all too soon, like life,
The show was over,
Beauty fading, then gone, and
Just a stark, sad tree
On a weary Winter's day,
Yearning for the energy of Springtime.

Suddenly, a tiny Blue-Tit flew into its drab branches,
And once again a splash of colour and movement
Gave life to the stillness, the dullness,
A hint of Hope that Spring was near at hand.


But a miracle of Nature had occurred,
And the tree once transformed
Will carry the energy deep within its roots forever.

We too, will always remember a mellow morning in February,
When transformation became a triumphant symbol of Beauty, Renewal, Rebirth...
And eternal Hope.

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Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 8/9/2012
How I enjoyed this! Reading this is like watching it with all of it's brilliant colors! Lovely!

Love ya!

Reviewed by baz busbe 4/16/2011
Wow, wish I could have seen it, nature is the most beautiful thing. God bless. Baz
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 4/5/2011
This is so beautiful, Diana...the physical images are so lovely, but the depth of meaning, even more so. Moments in nature and moments in life coincide to bring us memories (and miracles) the endure. Lovely write! ~Hugs, Elizabeth
Reviewed by JMS Bell 2/27/2011
Reviewed by karen logan 1/23/2011
Very lovely thoughts. I could see it. Love and Light. Karen
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 1/22/2011
Diana, do you know what it is like to see one of those photographs or images of fantasy? That is what your writes are like...very vivid and full of imagery so beautiful and ethereal.
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 1/14/2011
"Something Miraculous." is a beautiful vision
you share with us Diana
truly too a "triumphant symbol of Beauty, Renewal, Rebirth...
And eternal Hope."
!!! Stunning!!!

Love's Bounty
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/11/2011
Symbolically powerful in meaning expressed, Diana; much deeper and expansive the the moment itself; thank you for sharing the wonderful experience. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by David Thompson 12/25/2010
Oh, Diana, there is no way I can possibly put into words the beauty of this poem. There is such tenderness in your writing, and it simply has to be a reflection of your soul. Are you working on your book? I can only imagine the beauty of your poetry spilling over into your prose as well.

Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 10/5/2010
i felt i was there watching all the beauty and feeling the awe.
Reviewed by Inspire Hope 10/4/2010
Absolutely beautiful with such vibrant colors...outstanding,
" Something Miraculous " May the Lord always bless the work of
your hands Diana! Thank you for caring and sharing!

Much Love,

P.S. A joy to meet you!!!
Reviewed by Handsum Hart 4/18/2010
Brimming over with poetic beauty.
Reviewed by Richard Orey 4/12/2010
Some images remain ablaze in our memories forever as magic moments.

I know your Forsythia tree is very special to you. And now, in your sharing of this beautiful "Something Miraculous," it is to us, too!

Bless you, my dear Diana.

Reviewed by Barbara Terry 3/28/2010
This is simply beautiful and full of the promise of life. I have always said that we should just stop and take the time to appreciate the beauty that mother nature has to offer us. All too often people are in a do what, I have no idea, but they are in a hurry. This poem describes why we should take our time and enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature's sea. Thank you Diana for sharing.

May the Lord Bless you, and those whom you love, and be with you always, and walk by your side. With love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((MANY WONDERFUL SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), Barbie
Reviewed by Holly Ibbitson (Reader) 3/26/2010
What splendid poetry!
Blessings & Peace, Holly
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 3/25/2010
Classic. Every word blooms!
Reviewed by Sheri Uy 3/24/2010
A miracle indeed, Diana. What can be a more beautiful sight than a play of nature and the beauty of God's creations... Meaningful work, it has a gentle quality that draws the reader right within that magical span of time and space. Peace and love in Christ.

Reviewed by Paul Judges 3/24/2010
Beautiful poem, Diana
Reviewed by Andy Turner 3/23/2010
Brother Lawrence in the 16th had a similar spiritual experience in the 1600's. Look how it transformed his life.
Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg 3/23/2010
i adore miracles and I adore that you noticed and composed it into poetry¢¾
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 3/23/2010
Beautiful write as I feel I am seeing this with you Diana.

Newfie hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/22/2010
What a fantastic piece to display, full of the awakening of spring and all that comes with it...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Cryssa C 3/22/2010
I hold in my heart a miraculous February morning such as that...When sun shone down, amid a snow storm just feet away from us as we visited our son's grave. It reminds me that hope lives on, and that life is eternal... that I have my path to follow in life, and my path continues on despite our son's death at such a young age. But rather than mourning his loss, I should celebrate that his path was a part of mine, no matter how far the distance, and the miracle helped me to see that he was celebrating it too.

I also am reminded each spring of the promise of eternal tomorrows and rebirth. I wrote about it in my article "The Significance of Spring."

Thanks for reminding me of the miracles of spring on this dreary cool morning... :~) Spring comes late in Montana.

Reviewed by John Domino 3/22/2010
Beautiful poetry blooming all over the world! Bravo!

John Michael Domino USA
Reviewed by Nicole Weaver 3/22/2010
What a lovely display of words describing nature at its' best. Simply devine. I really like this masterpiece! Thank you for sharing.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/22/2010
A lovely Ode to 'Nature's Exquisite Showcase!'
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 3/22/2010
So inspiring and filled with hope. Lovely images.
Reviewed by George Carroll 3/22/2010
If it wasn't a miracle you created one with your vivid portrayal of the event in all its imagined beautiful colors.

Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/22/2010
Very beautiful write Diana and one that should be definately published in a spring offers hope and calm...enjoyed it.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 3/22/2010
VERY NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 3/22/2010
Yes indeed. Miraculous things happen in the darnedest places, otherwise they wouldn't be miraculous, huh? Of all the colors you gave us to ponder, it was of course, the blue-tit which caught my eye most vividly . . . Nice work.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 3/22/2010
Very serene and beautifully written Diana...reading your poem was something miraculous! I feel a lightness thank you..
Peace, love and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Richard Arrington 3/22/2010
This is a very good write.
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