The lily trumpets
Hallelujah! Christ is risen!

The lily trumpets
Hallelujah! He is risen for you!

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18 Responses to Hallelujah

  1. Ramona says:

    Love your Easter poem and the trumpeting of the lily. Especially poignant during this year when many of us will celebrate away from family and our faith communities. He who conquered death can be present and a comfort for each of us. Thanks for your Hallelujah poem!

  2. carlambrown says:

    I enjoyed both this lily and its lyrical compadre. How refreshing amidst a sea of chaos and confusion. Thank you so much for sharing both your faith and this fortune. I can’t imagine surviving this time apart for him. #abeautifulreminder ~Carla Michelle

  3. arjeha says:

    In our church we greet each other with CHRISTOS VOSKRESE! VOISTINU VOSKRESE! (Christ is Risen! Indeed He is Risen!)

  4. cvarsalona says:

    Happy Easter, Diane. This year there is no lily plant in my foyer so thank you for sharing it with us and thank you for the poem. Stay safe.

  5. Lakshmi Bhat says:

    Happy Easter to you and family and near ones. Take care. Stay healthy. Regards

  6. Amen! Beautiful lily, beautiful words! Happy Easter to you.

  7. Ruth Ayres says:

    Happy Easter! I love the simplicity & the power of this picture and words. Some “old bloggers” are blogging again and sharing our stories over at: https://sharingourstoriesmagic.com/. We’d love for you to join us.
    Hugs, Ruth

  8. I never get weary of this truth…Hallelujah! Happy Easter Diane! It is good to connect again! I appreciated your comment and believe often our poetry pours from the same place.

  9. Hi Diane,
    Happy Easter to you!

  10. Loralee says:

    Jesus is alive!
    While I am reading in July, knowing this makes every day a Hallelujah day!
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful poem.

  11. Loralee says:

    Oops! It’s August! Haha!

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