Tag Archives: Spring poem

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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Three Days of Wind

It has been windy here in Central Wisconsin for three full days. The wind chime is tingalingalinging and we are lulled to sleep by the whistling windows. It must be change of seasons. Enjoy the poem! Three Days of Wind … Continue reading

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Egg of Spring

This poem was inspired by the symbols of spring and the Vernal Equinox and the celebration of Easter and Ostara. “Vernal” is derived from the Latin word for “bloom.” So spring can be encapsulated in the word bloom. Is blooming … Continue reading

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Three Breaths of Spring Fog

Poetry writing month, theme of Self-Care, Self-Calm as part of the collective whole. The inspiration for this practice and this poem came from Melanie’s thrive plan. She suggests to step out onto the porch during a day of working from … Continue reading

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Walking in Sunshine

Poetry writing month, theme of Self-Care, Self-Calm as part of the collective whole. This “thrive” during the COVID crisis idea comes from Ruth. She is crouched over a laptop working from home, so she treats herself to a walk in … Continue reading

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