Untitled By Eve Jeanette Blohm


Written August 9, 2011

In memory of Bill

Never stop giving,
Never stop believing,
Never stop loving,
Never say that word.

The world is an endless
Arch of beginnings
and endings,
Hellos and goodbyes.


By Eve Jeanette Blohm
New York, New York
All Rights Reserved.

Published in Silver Wings; Number 144, 2011.
Reprinted with Eve Jeanette’s kind permission.

The Four Seasons In Wisconsin, USA – Poems And Photos

Today a collection of some poems (by Ellen) and photos (by Karl),

representing our four seasons:

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lake and sky

the same color

Autumn Equinox

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home from mailing

poetry notes

monarch butterfly

greets me

at the back door

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and humility


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preparing a meal

of fresh vegetables

New Year’s Eve

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melted snow –

snowdrop flowers spring

from the earth

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Spring morning

the birds and I

sing and pray

the Psalms together

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each flower

the star for a time


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“Be still,

and know that

I am God”

Psalm 46:10a (KJV)

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The Reading Of The Names, with verses from Psalm 61

Hear my cry, O God; attend unto my prayer.

From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee,

when my heart is overwhelmed:

lead me to the rock that is higher than I.

Psalm 61: 1-2 (KJV)

The Reading Of The Names


Although I cannot understand, we know it helps to observe and listen.  Each in our own small and loving way.  The Psalms so often give voice to what would otherwise be wordless in our hearts.  Silence is part of prayer too.

Image courtesy of antiqueclipart.com.