Category: Flowers

September Beauty

There are a few more gold leaves on our birch tree. A few poems from my September archives:

stars in the night
and colors
of garden mums
in the rain . . .
new poems begin

September 21, 2018

golden sun
on gold leaves
unconditional love

seagulls
down the beach
silver in the sky

September 24, 2012

twenty years
and more
since I came here
soybean fields
now gold

September 25, 2013

Poems by Ellen Grace Olinger

Sheboygan County
Kohler-Andrae State Park
September 8, 2018
Photos by Karl

Note today: I see there is an updated website for
Kohler-Andrae Wisconsin State Park System.

grey day

grey day
colors of books go well
with art on the walls

reading books
and also how they
were created
cover art and design
sequence of poems

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

poems

poems can tell stories
they might begin in one place
and by the end of the poem
the poet and reader
are in another place
a poem can also save
one moment like a photo
as one season grows
to another – the beauty
of this day

Photo by Jonas Kakaroto on Pexels.com
Photo by Jonas Kakaroto on Pexels.com

review – 2

early poems
and new gifts
of trying to write
in a new way

setting aside often
for all the right reasons
and then renewal
over time

not a clue
that blogs were
in my future

and would offer
the world to me

These are garden photos by Karl, from spring and summer this year. I look forward to every day and season. Take good care.

May garden
daffodils bloom
through the night

The begonia planter continues to bloom.

mid-July
daylilies and hosta
tell the time

Lake Michigan – Oostburg, Wisconsin

review is my post from September 1, 2020. This project is about my poetry files, before emails and blogs.

Thank you

Ellen Grace Olinger