years go by: three short poems and a prose poem

years go by and gift of a new Spring

years go by . . .
grateful for the
gift of a new Spring

years go by
leaves fall
time of rest
then rebirth
God’s time
not mine

PROSE POEM

Forsythia leaves are falling now too. The way the light falls on the perennial gardens and paths is beautiful. Daffodils, primroses, ferns, daylilies, and wildflowers will return. Orange pumpkins add bright color to the scene. As wonderful as the flowers were, are, and shall be – this restful beauty is so welcome. I enjoy October colors, and then November as well.

Post update: June 28, 2021

Books Acrostic Poem

B  eautiful way to
O  pen hearts and
O  pen minds to
K  now new stories and
S  ongs

BOOKS

peaceful morning

peaceful morning
a prayer from childhood
still with me

Bundled Wildflowers, Haiku Society of America 2020 Members’ Anthology. Bryan Rickert, Editor.

Daily Haiku: Nov. 10, 2020 at Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog.

spruce tree branches

spruce tree branches
by the windows
each day a painting

WestWard Quarterly, Winter 2021