Tag Archives: nature
One of the best things about working from home during this Time of Coronavirus is the walks I’ve taken to the pond. I’ve found myself searching for turtles, whispering “awww” at the baby ducks and geese, watching a Mother Goose … Continue reading
One of best parts about being a grandma is seeing the world through my grandchildren’s eyes. Today, I watched leaves with Allie, and wondered what she was thinking as she stared up in wonder. Green stars sparkle with light so bright … Continue reading
I’m not sure who likes our walks more–Tommy or me. Especially now that Fall is here. 🙂 leaves rain down on me acorns crunch beneath my feet an October walk
Every morning, I take Tommy for a walk around a neighborhood park. Its beauty–the pond filled with water fowl, sunlight filtering through the Live Oak trees–often inspires me to write haiku. Here’s one I wrote, with a photo taken yesterday. … Continue reading
Can we go outside? Bird songs are prettier than TV’s blah, blah, blah!
The theme for Day 3’s celebrating National Poetry Month is “Spring.” Click HERE for details of this haiku celebration of throughout the month of April. The following haiku is taken from my new book, Life: Haiku by Haiku: yellow daffodils dance in … Continue reading
Morning’s first light, the Serenade of a robin Nature’s alarm clock
Midnight crickets chirp, yield to bird songs in pink light. Symphony of dawn.
Bright forsythia yellow branches, wild and free scream, “Hurray for Spring!”