Category: Art From Wisconsin

Poems About Wind

Please feel free to add one of your poems and/or observations about the wind in the Comments–any season!

Here are a few of my short poems about the wind from this blog:

wind uplifting
the branches of trees

(September 7, 2010)

wind freeing the snow
from evergreen branches

(February 28, 2011)

windblown snow
plastered on windows
snow paintings

(February 1, 2011)

“FRIENDSHIP” is a sample courtesy of
From Scrapbookers Full-Color Treasure Chest CD-ROM and Book.

And today–

wind sounds
and wildflowers
in Aunt Marie’s pitcher
gifts of late August

Lovely Images And Short Poems From Our Blog’s First Year


“He hath made every thing beautiful in his time…”

Ecclesiastes 3:11a  (KJV)


wearing my old


worn thin

Queen Anne’s Lace

along country roads



turning the vase

of flowers


there are

more roses



warm memories

and new beginnings

a yellow bird

lights on the branches

with a few gold leaves



lighting the

Christmas candle

tiny flame


the night




scent of mint

through snow


“The Lord is my Shepherd…”  Psalm 23 (KJV)


The photo of Queen Anne’s Lace is courtesy of

All other photos are by Karl.

The pink roses frame and picture of the sheep in winter are courtesy of

The poem about turning the vase of flowers was published in Bell’s Letters Poet.  This poem seems to encourage people who are finding happiness in new life chapters after a major change.  I am grateful.

The poem about the Christmas candle was published in Hermitage and The Writers’ Bistro.

The previous owners of our home planted a wonderful perennial garden that continues to delight many years later.  The poem about smelling the mint while shoveling snow was published in Time of Singing. 

Karl took the pictures that begin and end this post last winter at Kohler-Andrae State Park in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.