A Perfect Day

  If I had more words
and better words,
you would see the crystal waters bouncing over
rocks and boulders,
winking at the sun,
invigorating the air with their passing.
  If I had more words
and better words,
you would inhale the pungent evergreen fragrance
permeating senses,
teasing memories
captured in the freshness of cool air.
McDonald Falls, Glacier National Park Montana
If I had more words 
and better words,
you would bask in the gentle, luminous rays
cascading, tumbling,
and dancing like sprites
between the sentinel forest trees.
If I had more words
and better words,
you would relish the shimmering waters of the
glistening lake,
holding the reflections
of towering mountains and cloudless skies.
McDonald Lake, Glacier National Park Montana
 If I had more words
and better words,
you would experience the profound quiet slipping,
seeping into my soul,
soothing ragged scars,
creating tranquil pathways of exquisite joy.
Waterton National Park, Waterton, Canada

Text and Images © 2019 Beth Mims

Ecclesiastes 3:11 He hath made every thing beautiful in his time: also he hath set the world in their heart, so that no man can find out the work that God maketh from the beginning to the end.

Comments

3 comments on “A Perfect Day”
  1. anitashope says:

    Beautiful words. Amazing photographs.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. gracespeaker says:

      Thank you! I am not a great photographer, but these scenes were amazing! I’m so glad they captured just a little of God’s creative beauty.

      Like

      1. anitashope says:

        You dont need to be an expert when reflecting his beauty. I use my camera phone and he allows me to share what I see.

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