Thank you for visiting today. I make it to as many Poetry Friday's as I can. Lately it has become difficult to pop in. But I am making an effort this evening (Thursday) to prepare a post for Friday. I am in Maine and working with a number of fantastic people to help me prepare our Maine home for sale. Never fear, we are keeping the home we are renovating elsewhere in Maine - but are selling our log home on an island on the coast. So much to sort and move. Some pictures in case you know a buyer! Lol...kinda...lol! I don't remember where this thought came from, but in cleaning out things, I came across a notebook with bits and pieces of an unfinished poem, and I put it together into this now finished poem. I am including my ocean watercolor, started, but not finished, of Hatchet Cove in Maine, where our home we are renovating is located. For now we will be elsewhere. I will finish it when we get back. Ocean's Hunger The hungry mouths of waves b
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We are joining Carol Varsalona for a springtime Spiritual Journey first Thursday today for thoughts about the topic Spirit of Spring paying homage to the earth and the Lord for creating it. Seriously, I have been so busy lately that today's post is being done in a rush. And I don't feel like it should be rushed. No one should rush spring! Spring is the setting up of the maturity of summer. If you don't plant in spring, what harvest will there be? So though I like to sit back and enjoy the warmer days and the hidden gifts beneath the dead leaves, there are also things to do before it is over and summer sets in. Summer is the time to enjoy the fullness. Fall is the time to harvest for Winter. But Spring is the awakening again, and the start of...eeesh...getting ready for Winter, really. Don't rush Spring. Pay attention to it. Nurture it. Feed it. So Summer will gladly arrive and you can THEN watch it unfold into what you set it up to be. Wow.