Tag Archives: Garden

Praise Like a Psalm

The other morning, I read Psalm 148 at the beginning of my prayer time. As I began to pray, this poem of praise was inspired. Praise the Lord! Praise Him, red dirt road …iris beginning to bloom Praise Him, purple … Continue reading

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My English Garden

Is it really a walk if the farthest you get is your own backyard? I say yes, yes it is. And a beautiful walk indeed when lavender and candytuft, bleeding hearts and lilac trees, are in bloom, iris are promising … Continue reading

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In the Garden

Daffodils bloom in the garden today Bluebell buds making their way Poking up through soaked spring earth Early season beauty of infinite worth Hopefully there’ll be more flowers than weeds

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Afternoon Observations

Today I’m going to try my hand at a haibun. I read one that Bjorn wrote the other day, and he pointed me to the dVerse Poets Pub post about this poetry form that I missed last year. I’ve been wanting … Continue reading

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Flowers in Bloom – A Poem

Spring seems to have finally arrived. Although the rain has not completely subsided here in the Pacific Northwest, we have had a number of sunny days and the flowers and trees are in bloom. Even my Mothers’ Day lilac tree/bush … Continue reading

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