Tag Archives: Robin
Happy Poetry Friday and National Poetry Month! Spring plants are emerging, and I’m waiting on my backyard milkweed to push-on-through the soil… And then monarchs come. This week I’m celebrating with Spring poems that I’ve been writing for NPM. I’m … 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
robin soaring high white-tipped wings below my nose on may’s sun drenched walk For my sister, Many Happy Returns of the Day!
Here are some images from my garden and around the neighborhood from our unusually warm Chicago spring! And, a Haiku from one of my morning walks… raining pink petals talk fuchsia regal orange quarreling robins