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BIRDS’ PERSPECTIVE In a courtyard of Mexico, were wilson’s warblers– Yellow-bellied, black-capped hopping pathways, pausing to eat a bug. I wander in the courtyard paying attention to townsends and audubon warblers, knock-knock of a woodpecker overhead, robins, house finches, canyon … Continue reading
Dear April, I’ve waited so many seasons for your rebirth. Anticipating my towering topaz tulips, searching for my poeticus paper whites… Oh woe is me–Dear April garden where can you be? My crown jewel crocuses have barley opened, my daffodils … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday! I’m getting ready for another March in Chicago–this Saturday’s March For Our Lives. I’m sharing a tanka poem and my poster that I will carry. I hope to get the backside of the poster done before the … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about this Blue Moon we are having this month–perhaps it will release positive energy into the atmosphere. I often think there’s some kind of natural force that is keeping all the wheels and cogs turning on our … Continue reading
Happy Poetry Friday! There was a request put out from our Poetry Friday Roundup host Lisa, for making lemonade out of lemons. So here is my take on that request to liven up all of us in the Northern part … Continue reading
I received this lovely postcard at the beginning of April from Irene Latham, writer and poet, who has been posting ARTSPEAK! Portrait poems, and hosting the Progressive Poem on her blog this month. Check out both, they are wonderful! The opposite … Continue reading
April Fools There’s fools for fools and fools that need systems of rules. There’s ghouls of fools creating havoc and whirlpools. There’s ghouls of fools refusing using biofuels. There’s ghouls of fools manipulating molecules. There’s ghouls of fools who … Continue reading
I heard through the grapevine it’s World Poetry Day today, but I thought it was International Poetry Day; here’s some art and a poem for both.