Category Archives: Haiku

Poetry Friday: Winter Issue of Frogpond

Today my other blog, Check It Out, is hosting Poetry Friday. There are already a lot of good links which will have you wandering on a poetry path. This photo was taken at Tualatin Wildlife Refuge in December 2016. This … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: December 7

Thanks to  Liz at Elizabeth Steinglass  for hosting Poetry Friday today.   Are you interested in getting a New Year Postcard like these? Sign up HERE. lost notebookstudent’s notes insidelocated by the firereading memoriessipping tea ©jone rush macculloch Backstory:  From April until … Continue reading

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December 5

crescent moon we wait for the bus secrets shared ©jone rush macculloch

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Poetry Friday: November Goodbye

Thank you to  Carol W. at Carol’s Corner  for hosting Poetry Friday this week. November’s goodbyemaple offers its branchesto the cloud puzzle ©jone rush macculloch +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 2019 New Year Poetry Postcard Signup Here. Ring in the new year by sending postcards. … Continue reading

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Poemtober: Day 12

Thank you to Laura at Writing the World for Kids for hosting Poetry Friday this week. pumpkin blaze the old crone watches in the night ©jone rush macculloch

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Poemtober: Day 8

achy neck the heat pack soothes still raining

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