Category: Love

Bloganuary Prompt Today

Describe your perfect birthday cake.
Bloganuary Prompt for January 28, 2023

This prompt brings back memories of working in a bakery when I was in high school. Sometimes the manager shared a beautiful cake with all of us. My father shopped at the store too. He bought rolls, and my mother baked cookies and cakes.

I am seeing some winter poems. Yesterday, snow at rest on branches, and a few are broken. Old trees and strong winds. Robins will return.

Three Poems

How do you show love?
Bloganuary Prompt for January 24, 2023

another year
has passed since
my mother’s passing
I sit and quietly read
a book she would like too

January 23, 2018
You can also read another year: large print at Large Print Poems.

country cemetery
trumpet vines
growing taller
than the gravestones

July 22, 2011
Time Of Singing, 2012

autumn leaves
the caregiver finds time
to rest

“autumn leaves” was the Daily Haiku for August 14, 2019.
Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

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Mercy Acrostic Poem

If you had a billion US dollars, how would you spend it?
Bloganuary Prompt for January 13, 2023

M  ay
E  veryone who can
R  emember and
C  onsider
Y  our children in need

MERCY

Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.
Matthew 5: 7 (KJV)

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Questions

What could you do less of?

Daily Prompt

A related question might be, What is most important?

OLD POEM

writing and reading
I don’t see the dust

then seeing
I remember

and know He does not forget

and understands
with Love

Psalm 103: 14 (KJV)

For he knoweth our frame; he remembereth we are dust.

Ellen Grace Olinger

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Veterans Day

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Last year I wrote (and shared poems):

My father was a veteran and history teacher. This year, I am growing a new interest in history. There are so many ways to learn. Prayers for peace . . .

I have continued to learn more about history. There are so many stories to honor and respect. My parents had “big picture faith.”