Tag: Evergreens

day begins

Day begins and now the light is bright where I often write. I hear Lake Michigan, no other sounds at the moment.

in some ways
the view does not change
evergreens

early June morning

early June morning
pelicans fly over the water
a deer walks through the yard

new carnations
in an old glass vase
by the window

poinsettia and lily plants
placed by the back patio door
only yesterday
and still in the house

new green
on evergreen branches
an image loved for years
the small new growth

and lilacs bloom

Journal Poem
June 6, 2019
Ellen Grace Olinger

The carnation is courtesy of wpclipart.

poems and photo

There is a lightness to the wind today. The evergreens picture joy.

birch tree branches
are simply themselves

no snow
frozen raindrops
from Sunday gone

soon the beginnings
of new green leaves

Poem from my archives:

in the backyard
birds back
and singing
never too old
to find this new

Photo of daffodils from April 2016:

Ellen Grace Olinger

blue-grey sky

blue-grey sky

and light

evergreen
branches

and birch trees

last days
of December 2018

every day a gift . . .

I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills,
from whence cometh my help.

My help cometh from the Lord,
which made heaven and earth.

Psalm 121: 1 – 2 (KJV)

Images: Reusable Art