Tag: Wisconsin Poems

Poems About Snowdrops And Daffodils

gardens in winter
the serene snowfall
and remembering
where snowdrops
will bloom

January 2011

soon the garden
will begin in small ways
snowdrops

March 2019

blue sky
with cotton clouds
snowdrops

March 2010

reading Psalms
in the sunroom
fragrance of daffodils

March 2015

all the more yellow
because of grey skies
daffodils
forsythia
dandelions

May 2011

sunrise
daffodils bowed by rain
recover

May 2016

leaving them be
fragrance of faded
daffodils in a glass

June 2015

And a poem from February 2015:

blue grey sky
and water
a light grey

sun bright
through
evergreens

this new day

Images are courtesy of wpclipart.

Poems are by Ellen Grace Olinger.

mid-July

mid-July
plants on sale at stores
wait for new homes

today

mid-July
summer seems
to go faster now
all the more reason
to sit still a little more

2014

Ellen Grace Olinger

Spring poems

Skeins of geese flying
To our neighbor Canada
A brand new chapter
Books arriving in the mail
Songs of beauty and courage

Bell’s Letters Poet, 
2011

primroses growing
from garden to lawn
deep decades of roots
strengthen my faith
for new dreams

thunderstorm
and then quiet
raindrops on branches
with tiny leaves
bird songs begin

Poems are by Ellen Grace Olinger.

Images are courtesy of Reusable Art. I also like this image of Pink Roses that was added there this year.

Light

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slow travel
boat with lights
in the distance

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L ove
I nspires
G oodness
H ope and
T ruth

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Late November
barges with their lights on
travel along the Lake Michigan horizon
we leave low-energy lights on too
to say hello

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towards
the shortest day
of the year
Light
in my heart

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S erene and sure
T rust
A long the
R oad of faith

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Poems are by Ellen Grace Olinger, written over time.

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Images: wpclipart

grey Sunday

grey Sunday
with icicles
by my study window

sounds of Lake Michigan

will this winter cause
some frozen silence
along the beach?

years vary and I remember
the first sounds of rain in spring
early in our time here
after a long winter

colors stay through the year
in many ways

paintings from thrift stores
and dishes with bright colors
work well together
though none of them match

Ellen Grace Olinger