Sunday, 21 April 2013

Church planting #NaPoWriMoDayTwentyOne

working together
messy hands
form of church planting

structure erected
room for growth
another church plant


These are a series of lune. 
The line is a poetry form with the format 5-3-5 syllables.  I'd never heard of it before Grace at real toads introduced it today, I think I'm going to like writing them as much as I do haiku.


Mary said...

This is the best kind of planting, I think!!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Always so cool, to see kids planting seeds.

Heaven said...

I like the children working and planting together ~

The lune is an American haiku and much easier to write ~

Thanks for participating in RT Sunday Challenge ~ Have a good week ~

Charleen said...

This is really cute. It give me ideas for the Sunday School class I teach. Love it!

aprille said...

So nice to see the kids pull together. Do they get involved in the upkeep?
Nice usage for the short poetry.

Susan said...

Planting a church! One forgets! And planting a community too--not so easy to forget.

Susie Clevenger said...

Children planting and working together...may they be the seeds to help adults see the beauty in cooperation.

Kay L. Davies said...

Delightful, Emma. I love the photos of the children!

Ellecee said...

Enjoyed your lunes and the children are sweet - planting for the church :-)

Helen said...

The images of these sweet children working hard in the church garden is just priceless.