Monthly Archives: December 2017

Christmas Hygge

Here is my annual Christmas poem. This year it was inspired by our trip to Norway and Sweden. Hygge is translated “cozy” and describes the healthy, happy Scandinavian way of life. Pictured is a Swedish Christmas scene and wooden figurines. … Continue reading

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Winter Soulstice

This poem was inspired by a post from a friend who had a year of loss and is now celebrating the return of the light. I hope the poem speaks to you and your soul work too. Winter Soulstice Embrace … Continue reading

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Tracks in the Woods

Winter really is a wonderland especially on a walk in the wood. Enjoy the poem inspired by the winter woods. Tracks in the snow Stillness it seems like time frozen as if nothing is moving. All is covered in perfect … Continue reading

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Snowy Woods

Working on poems for one of my next Nature Series chapter books on the subject of Trees. This poem was inspired by a winter walk in the woods yesterday afternoon in the fading light. Snow makes the short days of … Continue reading

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Tiny Poem: Trees

Experimenting with tiny poems and prepping some tree poems for the continuation of my “Nature series” chapter books. Tiny poem: Trees Trees are wonder Trees of star light Trees our parents shade, shelter, heat and peace  

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