Category: Spring

Newly Fallen Snow

newly fallen snow
rich on fields and gardens

summers of drought
inspire gratitude
for this deep blanket

to soak the soil
when it thaws

a lightness in the air
branches of evergreens
sway gently

nature knows
spring is a month away

Poem from February 22, 2010

Longer Light

Spring will return
here and there
and then I’ll say,
“When did this happen?”
Today, though, I rest
in longer light
on evergreens
in a tiny bit of wind

Poem from February 15, 2012

Simple Meals

What’s your favorite meal to cook and/or eat?
Bloganuary Prompt for January 18, 2023

I have written several poems about food.

broccoli for lunch . . .
bright winter sun
days grow longer

Daily Haiku: March 2, 2020
Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

gulls lifting
from the sand
corn an inch tall

SMILE (2009, 2010) and Bell’s Letters Poet (2010)

H   ard work
A   nd hope
R   ealized, and
V   ery grateful
E   ternally, with
S   ongs
T  o sing

HARVEST

They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.
He that goeth forth and weepeth,
bearing precious seed,
shall doubtless come again with rejoicing,
bringing his sheaves with him.

Psalm 126: 5-6 (KJV)

My acrostic poem for HARVEST from August 2010 is a favorite poem.

Poems From Psalms And Nature

There are some new posts at Poems From Psalms And Nature (second blog, July 2010 – the present).

I learn more about blogs and design every week, and enjoy creating new posts.

The posts may be older content renewed – larger print now, different images, small revisions in poems, and old poems that seem to last over time. Thank you.

A few examples:

Christmas candle

Prayers for Health and Peace

reading poetry

Creative Note: Quiet Christmas Poetry

Photo by Magda Ehlers on Pexels.com

sun fades

sun fades
art on walls
and prints
on bookcases
in frames or
held in place
by some small
treasure

I take care
to preserve
yet also like
the thought
that in a way
each is then
unique to this

time and place

October 2019 and April 2015

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