Tag: Small Study

evergreen light

Sometimes I think of a few words to describe what I see. Today I look at the yard from my study window, and “evergreen light” is what I see. Some wind in the branches and blue sky. Then I may try a few poems.

December sunrise
evergreens in wind
and light

December garden
evergreen light
wind and blue sky

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Christmas Songs

Many artists record Christmas music. I have grown a small collection over time: Amy Grant, Judy Collins, Emmylou Harris, and others. I listen to a few songs here and there.

light shines
through one window
and falls on the wood
frame of another
the light is shared

Karen’s Whimsy

small study

small study
sun reaches the painting
adds another layer

(based on a painting by Wendy Brightbill)

My poem was published in the new Time Of Singing, Fall 2021.

Lora Homan Zill is Editor of TOS, a print journal.

Garden Poems – 4

gold hosta leaves
and sounds of rain
October morning

some water
for the Christmas cactus
new buds grow

October days
and November in sight
frost on the ground

October 2020

all a day can hold
sun and shadows
on the wood window frame
above my desk
in my small study

late afternoon
sky colors and no wind
quiet day

sunset as I write
sky changes
to night

sunrise
for as long
as I can remember
the wonder of books

November 2020

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