Tag Archives: Seasons

grey day lovely

grey day lovely in its own way a single gold leaf outside my window sets the day Ellen Grace Olinger

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mid-August

mid-August hearing fewer birds in the morning choir Ellen Grace Olinger

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warm August night

warm August night light fading – already? * Ellen Grace Olinger Published in Time Of Singing (1996). *

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seasons repeat

seasons repeat we tell the stories we are given * Ellen Grace Olinger Published first by Mayfly, 58, Winter 2015. Mayfly is edited by Randy & Shirley Brooks.

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Late September

Originally posted on Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin:
late September and time with old friends        afternoon sun        shines on leaves          turning gold       “Autumn Blooms” courtesy of antiqueclipart.com.

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early March photo gallery

Watching the seasons, and as they change, often inspires poetry. I like the contrast of winter outside and flowers from stores.  Soon there will be daffodils in the yard. Photos by Ellen Grace Olinger Wisconsin, USA 2016

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