Tag Archives: postive poetry

Praise for Pleasures Taken for Granted

It is so easy to be grateful especially for the small things all around us that we take for granted. This poem came after a long productive day when I stepped outside for a cool breath of light moonlight. Enjoy … Continue reading

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Solstice Energy for Love

I did some research on solstice knowing I wanted to celebrate it; celebrate a nature holiday. Nature has been such a comfort this year and again today, the longest day of the year, nature did not disappoint. Several hours after … Continue reading

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Father’s Day on the Summer Solstice

Father’s day is very important to me as it is to all who are/were fortunate enough to have a good and loving Dad. I see so much of him in me. We have an understanding, a deeper knowing because of … Continue reading

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When You Like Your Own Company

If there are any good things about COVID-19,  it is more time to yourself. Not productive time but time to just be and enjoy your own energy affected only by the energy of nature. I wrote this poem sitting on … Continue reading

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The Real World Around a Campfire

The best foil to turmoil is quiet and nature. Even better is quiet and nature with loved ones around a campfire. The Real World Around a Campfire Many a yarn has been shared, stories and truths, ‘round a campfire dodging … Continue reading

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Tree Peace

“Tree Peace” is a riff off of yesterday’s poem “Beach Peace.” What things, places, sounds, activities bring you peace? If you’re wondering why my pants are tucked into my socks, it is to prevent the wood ticks (who live in … Continue reading

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Beach Peace

This poem was inspired by and the title coined by my dear friend JoAnn Beeh. Where can you find Beach Peace? Beach Peace JoAnn went to the coast for a day of “Beach Peace.” The rhythmic waves rolling in moving … Continue reading

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A Clutch in the Woods

Spending more time in the woods during the COVID-19 social shutdown has so many benefits to mind, body, and spirit. You realize that you are part of nature, not apart from it. You see the cycle of the seasons, of … Continue reading

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Dandelion Puffball

Some people call dandelions weeds. And, maybe they are weeds, but they are beautiful weeds. Not only is the dandelion bees’ first food of spring, they magically transform into artful puffballs. They go gray so to speak. This poem appreciates … Continue reading

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A Poet’s Garden

This poem came out of my Sunday morning gardening time. In the course of writing it, I figured out why I have never been a great gardener. It is not so much about production as creating a place, a place … Continue reading

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