Every day is new

What is the last thing you learned?

Daily writing prompt

Today snow covers half of the window near my computer. I look forward to every day. What will I learn? Perhaps a new poem.

These are my acrostic poems for the seasons.

W  onderful time of
I  nspiration and
N  ew books
T  o
E  njoy
R  eading


S  pring
P  romises
R  enewal
I  nspiration and
N  ew
G  rowth


S  eason of
U  plifting
M  usings and
M  emories
E  ternally
R  eal


dore with no need for a moment to
nderstand this beauty
rust and
nderline with words, painting, photo . . . this
ow and always


Photo by Skyler Ewing on Pexels.com
Photo by Skyler Ewing on Pexels.com

February Poems

still room
for robins in spring
broken branch
covered with snow
by my study window

February 25, 2023

evergreens and sky
is blue – some snow
on branches
yet more green today
I think of snowdrops
in spring

February 26, 2023

a few icicles
by the window
rain and wind
last few days
of February

February 27, 2023




For my post yesterday, Love, I searched for posts with the word love. I rediscovered my Short Prayer Of Trust (October 2012 and January 2014).

Dear Lord,

Thank You for this day,
which You already know.

May I follow You each moment,
and trust You more,
and so rest as I work.

Thank You for your Love . . .


long winter night
many years
go through my mind

the decades deepen
trust in God

and my heart is at peace

January 2014, 2020

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February patience

As I pray a Psalm, on this sunny morning, I think “February patience.” I’ll try a poem.

praying a Psalm
in my small study
trees and sky
the verses bring
beauty and hope
to Winter days
and all days

Post reprinted from February 4, 2022.