Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Summer Scenery--By Christina R. Jussaume--United States

Summer Scenery

The rising sun awakens the birds
The songbirds in chorus now start to sing
Chattering from the treetops are their words
This is Nature’s beauty from our King

The sun sparkles brightly in the sky
Kitties out all night now do return home
Hummingbirds dart back and forth as they fly
They enjoyed being free as they roam

Wild bunnies are seen grazing on grass
A hawk flies over looking for his meal
Flock of robins search for worms in a mass
He’ll hover down soon as has appeal

Closure and peace felt as stars shine bright
Mourning Doves are seen in pairs as they preen
Appreciate beauty both day and night
On Butterfly bush butterflies seen

All nature awakes for us to view
Accept Lord as foundation and glue

Christina R. Jussaume is a Christian Author of 9 poetry books. She has had many poems published in anthologies and fundraisers. She has won many awards for her poetry including Best Spiritual Poetry award from Christianstorytelling.com. Her first book, My Walk with Jesus, received this award and began her journey toward fulfillment as a Style Tutor now on the Alliance of Poets. All of her books except the first book were published by apfpublisher.com.


  1. Such a lovely poem Christina, I really enjoyed the read this cool Autumn night..Jan x

  2. Hello Christina, I loved the way you described all the wonders of nature with vibrant imagery. The "closure" in the evening was a brilliant touch. Thanks for sharing. Best Wishes, Carolyn Devonshire

  3. Thank you, Jack Horne, for the following comment--

    a very uplifting piece

  4. Thank you Christina, I really enjoyed the variety of scenes you portrayed with words. As it is cold here now and snow on the ground already, it is nice at least to think on summer days and the glory of nature all around.
    Love, Charlene

  5. You are always a joy to read Christina - your words so playful and full of love. And yes, a spiritual uplifting moment as well. You gave my morning pleasant uplift as I sip on my 'great' cup of coffee...

    Rhoda Galgiani

    1. Hi Christina. As always, your nature poetry puts my mind and heart at a place of peace. You are a gifted poet and I enjoy reading your material. Thanks for sharing.


  6. What a stunning piece of work Tina. just beautiful. Your love for God's creation is quite clear. Well done my friend. best wishes. Peter Dome.