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zoning in on zinnias, their zazzle, texture, and color. © 2018 Michelle Kogan Thinking about focusing on letters of the alphabet to lead me through inktober…though, not in any particular order.
Inktober Day 1, Sketch, Pen and Dr. Martins, © 2018 Michelle Kogan falling for fall’s earthtones in all their glowing grandeur… © 2018 Michelle Kogan
have a multi- racial-rainbow July 4th celebration! © 2018 Michelle Kogan
SUMMER SOLSTICE Sunrays Unmask Multitudes– Marigolds Echinacea Rose of sharon Snapdragon Ox eye daisy Liatris spicata Sunflower Tiger lily Impoea Clarkia Et Al. © 2018 Michelle Kogan
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m continuing the celebration of poem in your pocket day, while celebrating our slowly advancing spring–with a poem of mine and a poem by Sidney Wade. POCKETFUL OF POEMS Springful of poems stuff ‘em in your pockets, city … Continue reading
yellow dillies where’re your bees? bothered by false sun’s chill… © 2018 Michelle Kogan On my blog for National Poetry Writing Month I’ve been focusing on flora, fauna, and our environment. Here’s a list of the poems I’ve posted so … Continue reading
NATURE Act I: Elusive Spring stretches, awakes. She offers another sunless day. Cheerily, cherup, cherup, Robin sings. Act II: Afternoon brings fresh perspectives. Sun moves through leaving us breathless for more. Act III: Late afternoon, bees dance across dandelions. Violas … Continue reading
noon spring pruning, catch me if you can– fleeting moments © 2018 Michelle Kogan
indoor tulips stand gallantly, waiting, waiting … for midwest to warm. © 2018 Michelle Kogan