Old Poem and Photos

November garden
fallen leaves   so much has died
a single rose blooms

I wrote “November garden” years and years ago.  My poem was published in Pegasus, SMILE, and The Discerning Poet. Always grateful, always hope, always poems (reading and writing when I can). Blogs are a good way to create through many seasons.

Photos by Karl

From The November Archives

For thou, O God,
hast heard my vows:

thou hast given me
the heritage

of those that fear thy name.

Psalm 61: 5 (KJV)

light snow
on harvested fields
peace of small roads

But we have this treasure
in earthen vessels,

that the excellency
of the power

may be of God,
and not of us.

2 Corinthians 4: 7 (KJV)

staying with light
I read in different corners
of the house

Creative Note: The Mitford Museum

Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin

Jan Karon’s novels are excellent. I discovered The Mitford Museum site. The museum is in Hudson, NC and was founded by Jan Karon. The beautiful site includes more information and an online store.

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Posts from The Psalms Series

The Psalms Series from 2020 featured short selections from the 150 Psalms. I began with the post, New Series From The Psalms (March 17, 2020). “My goal is to offer some moments of rest, beauty, and hope.”

This fall and winter, I plan to reprint a few posts. Perhaps the series is new for current readers, and those who have read before may enjoy a review. I often review past work on my sites.

Thank you to all who have visited Poems From Psalms And Nature for years, and those who are here today!

Give ear to my words, O LORD, consider my meditation.

Psalm 5: 1

“Crane” picture is courtesy of wpclipart.