Lowku Poem A Lowku is an unrhymed, three-line, 5-7-5 poem. The subject of Lowku is something gross, nasty, or disgusting we find in everyday life. Provide an accompanying picture that very closely correlates to the Lowku.
Very beautiful poem here about life and how Almighty God formed it all to create the human race. Your words flow smoothly and rhyme so very well and tell a beautiful message about Almighty God and creation. This is an extraordinary poem that certainly touches the heart. Great job writing this.
What a surprise,robyn is back!! This is a beautiful poem about once the seed is planted, how God takes care of it's development. You started with the first couple in the Garden and God's words to go and procreate.The birth of a child it's the greatest miracle of all.Some people do no believe but the baby knows:" God is on His throne." The picture used is a plus for your poem. Great imagery, wording, rhyme and message.Good luck in the contest.
Absolutely awesome, Robyn. You could retire after this one but I hope you don't. It is so beautifully put together, full of truth and love; a fitting ode indeed to the One who designs all His plan s in love. God bless you for this, Dennis
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You don't seem rusty Robyn. No touch has been lost. Your writing is wonderful as always. I liked this piece, an elegant way to descibe the formation of a baby. And the photo of little Mia was quite an enhancer as well I've used that same photo on one of mine. She's a doll. Loved it!
This is such a lovely poem about the creation
and birth of a child. I love your acknowledgement that
God had a hand in it. (so often forgotten now days).
Beautiful rhyme and meter and a sweet presentation.
Good luck in the contest.
What a great gift for your friends. I feel and have felt those things about my grandson, but you described God's unseen relationship to him and to his parents so beautifully. I take comfort in your last line, and have been thinking that very thing lately. They are going through a divorce. He is 5 and doesn't know yet. I pray constantly that God will be intimately connected to his little heart as he bares this burden. He's such a sweet little guy. His name is Daniel.Maybe you could just say a prayer for him, please. Valerie