colors change

Large Print Poems

colors change
as the day and light grow
gold leaves and blue sky

Large print version of my poem yesterday at POEMS FROM OOSTBURG, WISCONSIN.

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Psalm 145 and poems

Every day will I bless thee;
and I will praise thy name for ever and ever.

Psalm 145: 2

These are some of my poems about the beauty of everyday life.

new year sunrise
light fills
the red poinsettia

branches viewed
in the corner windows
beloved old tree

May sunrise
a few more flowers
on the Christmas cactus

Sunday afternoon
I know the time
by the light

summer evening
light fills the evergreens
with old and new growth

reading poems
from years ago
perennials grow

mid-July
daylilies and hosta
tell the time

frost soon –
cutting flowers
generously

rereading Psalms
colors of leaves
a deeper gold

roots in His Word
I will flower again

Credits:

“May sunrise”
Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog
Daily Haiku: May 19, 2020

“frost soon”
The TOP The Tournament of Poetry
1995

Poems are by Ellen Grace Olinger.

Vintage Art and Blog Archives

Reusable Art is another well-organized site, where I enjoy research for images.

A Merry Christmas Sled is by Ellen Clapsaddle.

Poinsettia

I am slowly reviewing my 2019 blog archives.

I love the Lord,
because he hath heard my voice
and my supplications.

Psalm 116: 1 (KJV)

The Sheboygan River
Kiwanis Park
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
August 29, 2019
Photos by Karl

GRACE

gifts of small moments
when I read and write

in the middle of all
that happens every day

in our worlds
large and small

I am more than content
with what I have
and have achieved

goals revised
and rewritten for now

When my spirit
was overwhelmed within me,
then thou knewest my path.

Psalm 142: 3a (KJV)

routine care
and happy to wait my turn
I watch the world go by
and my heart
fills with love

Blessings,
Ellen Grace Olinger