To Love the World

TO LOVE THE WORLD by Mary Caskey Forget trying to understand physics. Forget becoming a theologian. You only need to drink up the blazing sunrise sweeping color across gray dawn, finger soft clumps of Siberian iris thats blossomed overnight, sharpen your gaze on the...

Haiku for a Spring Day

HAIKU FOR A SPRING DAY by Carol J. Fox Birds huddle for warmth Snow swirls and clings to branches Spring sleeps in this year Phoebe sings phoebe Chorus of jonquils joins the air Life’s song starts anew Flowering plum tree Purple heart amid spring green Living together...

The Benevolence

THE BENEVOLENCE by Christine Swanberg Believe in the benevolence of bees and bergamot beckoning hummingbirds. Hail the tiny ones who sail thousands of treacherous miles to return to us each year. Rely on the wisdom of crows who congregate on catalpa trees for their...

She Dreams

SHE DREAMS By Dorothy Bock In utter quietness she lies out there in the sprawling yard, nestled in the arms of giant fir trees circling her with a family of pin oak, elm, ash and choke cherry that hover on the edges of delicate whispering ferns. Sun flickers over her...
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