“Spring Flowers, A Soul Cleansing Spiritual Beauty From the Divine”
Prologue: This poem-story is about the influence of blossoming daffodils, tulips and crocus flowers that refresh hope and joy in your soul.
I cordially invite you to engage your imagination and enjoy my soul refreshing poem about a colorful “classical ballet” of daffodils and tulips performing in my spring flower garden.
The scene is now set as the “performers” eagerly and enthusiastically await my daily arrival to fulfill their destiny to refresh my soul with healing spirits from their source, Divine Providence.
“Spring Flowers: Soul Cleansing Spiritual Beauty From the Divine”
Daffodils and Tulips dressed in brilliant green gowns,
Merrily “ballet-dancing” in a gentle spring breeze,
Their yellow and red bonnets darting about,
Accompanied by a flashy visual-orchestra of rainbow colored crocus flowers,
Seated in symphonic orchestra patterns!
As I enter through my garden gate,
The Crocus Maestro in his fluffy green grown,
Taps his baton on the lectern to command the orchestra’s attention,
And makes compelling stern glances,
From under his dark purple bonnet!
The crocus-orchestra eagerly performs,
The ballet dancers prance about in harmonic cadence…
To the crocus orchestra dressed in rainbows of colors.
Their performance arouses refreshing contentment and joy,
That mesmerize healing senses of joy in my Soul,
As I intently and silently gaze…
At this phenomenal Crocus orchestra and uplifting thrills of the “daffodil and tulip ballet”!
The mystery of Divine healing,
Surpasses the limitations of empirical and literal expression,
There’s no language or secret formula nor need of anything to say,
Simply disconnect from your worldly consciousness and selfish intents,
Then focus your humble gaze and sincere intent for forgiveness of what’s etching your soul,
Pleading penitent forgiveness and worthiness for Divine absolution for your soul!
Spring-flower-time is a redeeming time for Soul rebirth and renewal,
A refreshment for the spiritual conditions of your life,
And with the inspiring performance of spring flowers in a soft spring breeze,
You are enabled by your silent gaze and soul healing intent,
To experience Divine Soul healing connection,
Through a flowery invitation for forgiveness, hopefulness and joy for soul!
Whatever the season,
Flowers are a connection to spiritual refreshment,
For forgiveness, hopefulness and spiritual joy.
Flowers anywhere and any time of the year ,
Are Nature’s connection,
To Divine healing and Soul refreshment!
©2018 by Blooming Bobville the positive response practical poet. www.fivestarteacher.com. May you always be fresh and blooming like the flowers in my poetry garden!
Soul healing requires an honest and sincere intent to plead Divine assistance to forgive and seek forgiveness. Communicating with the Divine is a spiritual phenomenon. For me, I find the visual and mystical assistance of flowers provides an avenue for Soul healing, a connection with Divine Providence.
Question: “What is divine providence? “
Answer: Divine providence is the governance of God by which He, with wisdom and love, cares for and directs all things in the universe. The doctrine of divine providence asserts that God is in complete control of all things. He is sovereign over the universe as a whole (Psalm 103:19), the physical world (Matthew 5:45), the affairs of nations (Psalm 66:7), human destiny (Galatians 1:15), human successes and failures (Luke 1:52), and the protection of His people (Psalm 4:8). This doctrine stands in direct opposition to the idea that the universe is governed by chance or fate. https://www.gotquestions.org/divine-providence.html
Other recommended spiritually uplifting resources: Available at Amazon,com “Beauty, The Invisible Embrace” and “Anam Cara” are books of Celtic Wisdom for Soul healing: Anam Cara in Celtic means “soul friend.” Those two books are life long resources for spiritual renewal. They were written by the late Celtic priest, John O’Donohue. John was an Irish Poet who died at the age of 52. He was laid to rest in Fanore, Co Clare, Ireland. O’Donohue was a native Irish speaker, a former priest, and author. He died suddenly on Jan. 4, 2008 near Avignon, France on.Jan 12, 2008 For more information about John go to,