Happy Poetry Friday!
I have a haiku to share from Margaret Simon’s post this week for This Photo Wants to be a Poem, thanks Margaret for the prompt! You can take a peek at the image by following the link, briefly it was about dreams and travel… I sure can’t pass on anything that has to do with dreams!
hold your moonbeam-dream
close to your heart, keep
your dream-strings tugging…
© 2022 Michelle Kogan draft
Hey, the holidays are knocking… And I’m sharing a few Holiday Gift Cards that are available in my online Etsy Shop: Michelle Kogan Fine Art. The one above, Robin Hydrangea & Hawthorn Berries is also available as a Greeting Card and Archival Print.
And for those silvery, soft purple, and lilac snowflakes that have begun to fall stop by her for my Snowflakes Gift Card.
And here for my jolly Snowperson and Birdies Gift Card.
The Poetry Friday Roundup is hosted this week by Catherine Flynn at her blog Reading to the core, be sure to stop by, thanks for hosting Catherine!
And next week I’ll be hosting the Roundup, so see you again soon!
Never a bad time to remember to “keep your dream strings tugging.” Love the video and your haiku, Michelle, and of course, your artwork. Happy Holidays.
Ooh, love the snowflake cards, Michelle! xo
All beautiful, Michelle! I love the idea of the “dream-strings tugging…”, watching the moon lately as it will soon be full! Your cards are lovely and that video, a heart-warming adventure! Thanks for the special post!
“moonbeam-dream” = love! We’re on the same wave length today with dreamy posts. 🙂 Such lovely cards– the robin is my favorite. And I love the Snowman video — a magical story I like to reread every Christmas. Thanks for all!
Your haiku fills me with winter dreaminess, Michelle…What a gift to be able to pair your words with beautiful art!
Your snowflakes have me wishing I were walking in the air…but today I cycled to a sub job in 27*! Thanks for all the beamdreamy goodness.
Thanks for the shout out for This Photo. Your poem has me humming and wishing on moonbeams.
How beautiful! your haiku has a definite dreamy feel with those eee sounds.
What delightful cards, and thank you for Walking In the Air! I love that piece so much!
I love the phrase moonbeam-dream. Your artwork is srunning
“Hold your moonbeam-dream close” is excellent advice! Your cards are charming, especially that sweet robin! Thank you for sharing.