Cornucopia

Deep autumn air

Finagles through window seams

Invigorating my soul from sleep

Cradled by feather pillows

And fleece blankets

Loves sleep-dreaming around me

Rain forest coffee beans

Party in my thalamus

Crimson pomegranate seeds

Plink into the bowl

Dark wheat bread lies rustic in it’s basket

Tasting of sunshine, rain, and wind

Wood-stove’s heat warms toes and floors

Mocha dog, comforting, protecting nearby

Morning moves over the Blue Ridge

Breaking the quiet stillness of dawn

My day, only beginning

And just like that my cornucopia

Overflows

Bursts goodness

From the million little joys

That fill my life

4 Comments on “Cornucopia

  1. Beautiful. Bless you.

    On Sat, Nov 10, 2018 at 7:38 AM Inspired Ramblings wrote:

    > Regina posted: “Deep autumn air Finagles through window seams Invigorating > my soul from sleep Cradled by feather pillows And fleece blankets Loves > sleep-dreaming around me Rain forest coffee beans Party in my thalamus > Crimson pomegranate seeds Plink into the bow” >

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  2. So beautiful. What is your favorite way to eat pomegranate seeds? I love them on salad and in oatmeal, but they’re a rare treat.

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    • Thank you, Deborah. I know your cornucopia is overflowing too! 💗 I love pomegranate seeds in salads, which is how I usually eat them, but we also eat them straight up. Our one daughter specifically needs as much food-nutrition-power as possible, so this time of year we pretty much keep them on hand for her. I haven’t tried them in oatmeal, but she loves oatmeal too so I will give that a try, too! Do you recognize our mocha dog? He’s a brother to Natalia’s Mocha. 🙂

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