Let Us See


Let Us See

a simple sunray
illuminates the obvious depths
... of love
the Creator exhibits
for His creatures

Artistry beyond compare
on clear display, everywhere
for those...
who can see


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stefy commented on Let Us See


Very interesting and deep...............................................................



Thank you, Stefy, for reading and commenting, it is always nice to hear from a new friend!

gogant commented on Let Us See


Sometimes one cannot see the trees for the forest, but if will just admire what is here, without complexities, the beauty is only a blink away.................A nice poem you have given us, Bloom.......



So true, so true... the obvious hides behind us when we look for it too intently. Many thanks, gallant Gogant, for your gracious feedback.

Springsize commented on Let Us See


I enjoy your simple poem, clear to read and understand, and the message... a light of Love from our Creator... the gift of sun... and then you use the wide-range camera view of "artistry... on clear display" ... so I am now going to imagine a sunrise that is magnificent... and is free and is a reverent thing and goes by every single day, and can be unnoticed by so many inside their walls that also block the rays. So very nice, how much I find your poem suggests to me...



You really hit the mark with your comment, it is just as I meant it to be. Thanks so much for your thoughtful words and for your appreciation.

SavVySam commented on Let Us See


One of those special and rare aha moments for "those who can see" the beauty of his bountiful blessings...lovely!;)



Yes, "aha" supremely sums this up. Thanks so much for your comment and for stopping by!

When power leads man towards arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations. When power narrows the area of man's concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of existence. When power corrupts, poetry cleanses.

John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) Thirty-fifth President of the USA

bloomingsun’s Poems (29)

Title Comments
Title Comments
Spilling Light 2
Delivery 2
Gathering Light 9
Spring Haiku 2
Touchstone 5
Promises 1
Let Us See 4
Summary 3
Gift 7
Plea for Peace; a villanelle 7
Her Escape 16
Confession 7
Out of Our Hands 7
Child of Longing 6
Wait 5
Advent 13
haiku 7
Beach 8
Vows 4
Let Down Again 4
Just Thinking 3
Muse 3
Blossoms 3
The Power of a Flower 5
Heaven's Beach 8
Her Heart 2
Renewal 5
breaking 6
Morning on the Dock 9