Language Arts: Poems

reading
on a Sunday afternoon
I remember poems
about the language arts

R  est
E  ducate
A  dmire
D  ream
I  nspire
N  ew
G  oals

READING

L ove of literature
I nspires countless
B eautiful hours of
R eading many
A uthors, and sometimes
R ereading beloved books
Y early

LIBRARY

WestWard Quarterly, Fall 2018

reading haiku
the generous new growth
of evergreens

Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog
Daily Haiku: June 21, 2019

older now
used books settle
in their new home

All the Way Home: Aging in Haiku (2019)
Edited by Robert Epstein
Middle Island Press
West Union, WV

Poems are by Ellen Grace Olinger.

Image: wpclipart

morning colors

One of my new poems and a creative note about a book by Luci Shaw

Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin

water and sky
are the same
soft grey

green tree branches
and the wood
of my desk

and a piece of furniture
from my Swedish grandmother

Today I am reading Harvesting Fog poems by Luci Shaw – Pinyon Publishing 2010; Montrose, Colorado. Author Copyright.

I had not looked at Pinyon Publishing for a time. “Quality Writing Celebrating the Arts & Sciences.” So I will learn more today.

Ellen Grace Olinger

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