Poetry Friday: Finding Joy. Imagine, My OLW

It’s Friday and I have a fire going and am watching the birds flit in and out on the deck. I’m thinking about this first winter of retirement and how I love the time to nestle in and be more intentional in what I do. I’ve been looking for joy each day as a means of gratitude.

I’m super thankful that Kat at Kathryn Apel is hosting Poetry Friday today. I’ve been noticing that many in the PF community have been adding #MoPoetry2019. I discovered the meaning at Kat’s New Year post.

Playing with words and writing short poems on a daily basis is something I am attempting to do. Today I have this:

morning sky
colors blend anew
imagine

© jone rush macculloch

IMAGINE is my OLW for 2019.

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12 Responses to Poetry Friday: Finding Joy. Imagine, My OLW

  1. I would love to “imagine” this gorgeous sky you captured in your poem and image–Thanks Jone!

  2. Tara Smith says:

    Imagine is such a rich OLW – and the sky gives us so many opportunities to do just that, doesn’t it?!

  3. maryleehahn says:

    Gorgeous sky, gorgeous poem. So glad for you that you have time for intention, gratitude, and new routines. Looking forward to this for me…in a few years!

  4. Tabatha says:

    Joy, Gratitude, Intentionality, and Imagining — a nourishing mix that should keep you warm in winter and blooming in the spring.

  5. Linda Mitchell says:

    love your word….I start to sing…can’t help it. I’m writing that word down in my journal

  6. katswhiskers says:

    I first started January Month of Poetry in 2008! (It has had many forms – some very arduous!!) I took an unplanned break in 2017/2018 – and 2019 was a spur-of-the-moment decision – which has been a complete joy, because of Instagram! Past years I’ve run groups and it’s consumed my January, but this year I am being intentionally quick! And Instagram is enabling that. Lovely to have others coming on board, too!

    Your pic definitely prompts imagination on a spacious canvas.

  7. margaretsmn says:

    I did the #haikuforhope and need another way to keep up daily writing. Love this small poem…Imagine!

  8. Hi, Jone–keeping on with the daily is something I had to give up, but I admire and encourage those who have a little more wiggle room to keep up with it. (Imagine that!) We’ve had some striking skies here too, every day anew.

  9. lindabaie says:

    “A fairer House than Prose –” is a favorite line in this, and of course, the opening. Perfect, Karen. Happy New Year!

  10. lindabaie says:

    Ah, I love the sky, and your call to imagine is nice, Jone. I’m glad you are enjoying your time in this new part of your life.

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