Welcome to my site!
Wandering with Words is a journey around the world through words.
The written word, from when I could read, has opened up new and exciting worlds and since I became an author myself I have created new worlds, helped other people to create new worlds.
I embarked on the journey of a writer when I turned forty years of age.  This was when my nest had emptied. I felt the need to express myself and I believed there was a deposit of experience within me I could share with the world. I faced many challenges, one of the hardest was learning to expose my true thoughts, feelings and opinions. 
Over the years, my self esteem had suffered and I didn't really know who I was.  To be a writer, I needed to find myself and ceased from building walls around myself.
Words fascinate me, they create images, they help me explore ideas and weave dreams so my life has been enriched.
 Words create friends conversely they make enemies hence the need to choose words wisely.  Friendships forged by words of love, esteem, respect often last a lifetime and enrich those unions.
 Words are the fabric of life, we need to cultivate a vocabulary of words that bless and cheer and create worlds of joy and beauty and goodwill.
My great and driving passion is my love for the Lord Jesus Christ.  Deep within me, he is the one who has set me free from inhibitions and poor self esteem to grow as a writer and take my place in the world of words. I want to share with all and anyone, the depthless and immeasurable love of God through Jesus, his Son.
I hope you can join me on the trip and enjoy the journey, perhaps even add to the journey with a word or two of your own.
Enjoy the stories, articles, images, be enriched by what you read and see in Wandering with Words.


Raindrops falling. The beautiful soft rain of God’s love on a heart in turmoil


A gentle rain fell on dry earth

Drip by drip the drops broke the dirth

Trees and plants lifted tired heads

Resurrected from their arid beds.


Geranium buds about to burst. Similar to when God’s love bursts upon the human heart.

Tender shoots speared through dry turf

A gentle rain fell on dry earth

Brown buds burst forth green leaves sprout

Bees in search of sweetness raided


Bold colour. God’s love emboldens the human heart to claim its heavenly inheritance

Soon flowers bloom without a doubt

The gaudy blossoms unafraid

A gentle rain fell on dry earth

Sending bees back  home with a curse


All in a riot flowers grew

Rainbow lorikeets. The rainbow promises God will not destroy the earth again, but give abundant life to those that believe.

Where birds of every feather  flew

The garden was a place of birth

A gentle rain fell on dry earth

Gwenneth Leane ©

3 thoughts on “Home”

  1. The best positive in my life is coming to Christ. You will note that I said “Is” because it is a continuing process and it will continue until I see him face to face. A recent positive in my life was when my husband Roger came into remission from Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Thank you Gwen . You and Bruce are a real inspiration to me. Best wishes to you both and congratulations from Audrey

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