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...

Nygren Wetlands

NYGREN WETLANDS by Dr. Karen Blake Ruffner Restore a species— Now whooping crane migration. Nygren Wetlands. Rest. Restoring prairie. Restoring prairie people. Souls rooted to land. Winter worn plantings. Sunshine warms wet earth below. Budding signals spring. Spring...

Burr Oak Valley Visit

BURR OAK VALLEY VISIT by Don Miller The creek was dry on my last visit, but it crates a watery division through the Valley during this stay. The rocks once again look like a friend describes them, “green-haired elves wet with moisture in an enchanted land.” The series...

Morning in the Wetlands

MORNING IN THE WETLANDS by Wilda Morris Looking for my lost self I walk the Wetlands path. A redwing’s quiet conk-la and its shrill reeee! Announce I’m trespassing. When I step too close to his mate’s nest, she chitters her tink, tink, tink, He flies in, a kamikaze...

Absolute Reverence

ABSOLUTE REVERENCE by Lani Richardson As I stand in the towering Pine Cathedral I sense a higher power reaching out beyond infinity The wind as it dances through the boughs caresses the needles which tickle the bark infusing space into the sap, to keep the blood...
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