Sunday, March 22, 2020


mango tree and sky
through the brick work pattern -
morning again

© gillena cox 2020

4rd Sunday in the Liturgical Season of Lent. A friend of mine on facebook is buckling down to reading more than usual. she share a story and in it was the line about Will you go to a bread maker to ask for stars, I told her I find that question so pertinent to our pandemic situation today; because hope of tomorrow lies in: our scientists, medical profession, politicians, priests, and each one of us on planet earth looking to God for the correct response. We affirm God's mercy on Planet Earth in this challenge of COVID 19

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Magyar said...

crumbs of nights new bread
afloat on that bud-swell breeze
an ovens new stars

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for your senyru Doug. Stay healthy


Rommy said...

I am grateful for the chance to see a new morning, especially in these times.

Gillena Cox said...

Indeed, thanks for dropping by Rommy


carol l mckenna said...

Very creative artwork and haiku ~

Keep Calm, Be well.
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Lea said...

Dear Gillena, I too am grateful for each morning... and the beauty expressed in your haiku. I love that line, "will you go to the bread maker to ask for stars..." profound. Thank you!

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for your appreciation Lea


Marit said...

... another morning, where I normally would go to work, I sit at the computer and stop by to visit your blog and read your beautiful haiku! How wonderful it is that in times like this, with social distancing and 'danger' all around, we can connect online. Hope you are healthy, stay safe dear one!

Gillena Cox said...

Thank you Marit


Adelaide said...

Yes, Gillena, we must be positive and pray for the scientists to succeed.


Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping by Adelaide


Mascha said...

I like your ink drawing, it's truly awesome!
On sunday we celebrated a little walk through nature, that isn't forbidden yet and we are thankful to had it.
Take care and stay healthy

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping by Mascha


Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Thank goodness--and God!--for for mornings.

Annie Jeffries said...

God be with you, Gillena

Meri said...

Morning arrives as promised, a certainty in a time of uncertainty.