We live in a small town by Lake Michigan in Wisconsin. Today I sat in the sunroom, with the moon in the sky, and many reflections. Then work in the kitchen and blogs. So grateful for all that blogs bring to the world, and to our lives here. Someone is always sending out hope and beauty. A photo, poem, painting, stories, essays, and news of the seasons where they live – and more posts. Thank you.
all the places we live
all we have in common
My poem was inspired by the Haiku Society of America members anthologies.
I began reviewing our Easter and Spring Poetry site. This year, I decided to reprint poems that readers seem to especially like in large bold print, with different images.
“This is the day”
and I rejoice
light snow on the garage roof
and the brick path
warm water to wash
music and books
This is the day which the LORD hath made;
we will rejoice and be glad in it.
Psalm 118: 24
Yesterday was the 12th Anniversary for POEMS FROM OOSTBURG, WISCONSIN. We began with WordPress.com on December 19, 2009.
Three posts there that may be of interest:
Photos 2021 by Karl
December Poems: 2009 – the present by Ellen Grace Olinger
predawn and watching
the sky grow light
gift of another day
to read and write