I eventually started this poem in an effort to better it each time I ran across it. It has become such a habit that each time I see it, I add something.
Why not take advantage of this historical moment…
ALTERED ART FALL — 1998 Fall — 1998 Leaves turned golden, fallen to the ground Rustle in friendly harmony, found one With Mother earth and nature’s way Partners in incessant change today Sun-kissed blessings lull with practiced ease Artfully concealing winter’s tease And all too soon they whisk away the glow Then blanket under cold … Continue reading Altered Art
Mountain Serenity by Marie Atwood, 2018 Have you ever considered why? I have no idea why it is that way for me, but I am intrigued by such things and perhaps it gives my mind something to consider. If it were put to a test I would say that it may be because it utilizes … Continue reading Mountain Serenity
Our passion for God must be both more than we are and bigger than we are for our example looms above us, not from necessity but from love.