Category Archives: Spring

Forest Floor Awakens

The final poem of my Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda retreat weekend sums up what I remembered to remember. What I know and relearned. Enjoy the poem! Forest Floor Awakens It is the time of Trout Lillie’sand Trillium.The forest floor awakensas I … Continue reading

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So In Love

Being immersed in nature has such a calming and healing affect. You can tell by this nature love poem that my Yoga, Mediation, Ayurveda retreat was working. Enjoy the poems. So In Love The red-wing blackbirdsare so in loveso in … Continue reading

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Beltane Snuck up on Me

Beltane, May Day, Labyrinth Day is May 1st. It came so fast this year. Time must be circular as it speeds up like water swirling down the drain. Listen to the woodpeckers. Enjoy the poem. Beltane snuck up on methe … Continue reading

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Skylight Spring Morning

The next several poems came to be at The Christine Center on a Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda retreat with Andrea Russell. This poem came from our morning meditating lying down looking up at a beautiful skylight right above me. There were … Continue reading

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Sommarsblót April 14-25

Today is posting catch-up day. My poems have been stuck in journal aching to be aired and shared. This one is almost a month late, but the weather today is perfectly Sommarsblót, a cool and sunny Spring day. I must … Continue reading

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Sentinel Cardinal

Being five poems behind in Global Poetry Writing month, spaces the poems. Of course if I would listen to the Cardinal and get up early to write, we’d be on track. This beautiful and sassy bird, needed this poem. Enjoy. … Continue reading

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Hepatica Wild Flower

Since this delicate wild flower showed up in the last poem, Basketful of Ramps, we might as well follow up quickly with its own poem. Hepaticaliverleafwort, wyrt of oldbuttercup cousinname like a goddessGoddess of springgreen phoenix out of winter brownpale … Continue reading

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Basketful of Ramps

Early spring means wild onions, ramps, popping up in the woods. What to make with ramps? Sauces, pesto, salad dressing, salads, and ramp butter. They taste like garlic with a bit of sweet onion. Enjoy the poem and some ramps … Continue reading

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Goddess Yemana

Here in central Wisconsin, we have had wonderful spring rain on and off for the past several days. There is something so soothing and invigorating about rain especially in spring when everything is dry and brown. For today’s spirit poem, … Continue reading

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Rain on Me

Poetry writing month. This spirit poem came from the glorious rain last night around midnight. I had forgotten how wonderful are all the sights and sounds and energy of a thunderstorm. Enjoy the poem and rain storms. Rain on Me … Continue reading

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