Tag Archives: Edna St. Vincent Millay
Poetry Friday-Celebrating Mother’s Day!
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m starting my celebration of Mother’s Day today, with a socially conscious Mother’s Day Poem! Breathe in some action, take a few flowers, and celebrate all Mom’s in a marvelous way! Give Flowers, Flowers for mothers Flowers … Continue reading
Posted in Children's Illustration & Writing, Holidays, Home, Nature, Painting, Plein Air Art, Poem, poetry, Writing Tagged Climate Change, Denise Levertov, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Flowers, Jama Rattigan, Jama's Alphabet Soup, Justice, love, Maya Angelou, Michelle Kogan, mother's day, Parks, Plein Air, Poetry Friday, Ukraine Mothers, Walks, Watercolor, Women's Reproductive Rights 14 Comments
Heather Heyer Righteous Actions! & Edna St. Vincent Millay
It’s been quite a harried week in the U.S.of A. and around our small world. The events of Charlottesville haven’t left my mind–I’ve taken to my words and drawing to express my anguish at this atrocity, and my need for … Continue reading
Posted in Pencil Drawing, Poem, Sketchbooks, Writing Tagged #PoetryFriday, Charlottesville, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Heather Heyer, Justice, Michelle Kogan, poems, poetry, Righteous Actions 27 Comments