Tonight I have been busy at work writing more poetry from the online Nature Magnetic Poetry Kit. The first shows how nature can help us rest and at the same time inspire poetry. The second one celebrates love and the poetry it inspires. [bctt tweet=”Each stanza […]
Breathe and Relax: Take a Rest
There are times when I get so busy that I realize my neck is tight and I feel stressed. I need to pause, breathe and relax.
Clouds Move, Chimes Ring, Trees Dance in the Wind
I’ve been so busy writing other types of poetry that I almost forgot about #RonovanWritesWeeklyHaikuChallenge. This week the prompt words are Blow & Please. I immediately thought of the wind and how it moves the clouds. Later my thoughts turned to birthday candles. Moving […]
Home: A Place that Waits for Your Return
I’m imagining what thoughts of home the character in the photo might be thinking. Then a write a few haiku stories about home. Enjoy!
Magnetic Poetry: A Song in the Night
Ever since I read the posts on Magnetic Poetry that my friend, Joy, I have been wanting to try it. Do you wonder why is it called magnetic?
Control: Who Is Really in Charge?
The Five Minute Friday prompt for this week is the word control. The idea is to set a timer and write for five minutes on whatever the word brings to your mind. Now I rarely set a timer, but I do watch the time on […]
Flame of Sun and Love and Marriage
Marriage is a beautiful relationship, but it takes a lot of work. My poem, A Marriage Flame, tells a story of love and trust.
Wait for God Rather than Rush Ahead
I wasn’t particularly looking for a word for 2017, but the word, wait, found me. I am learning to wait for God in my life.
Seasons: Unique, Ever Changing, Always Returning
Welcome back to the #WeeklyHaikuChallenge at Ronovan Writes where the prompts are Spin & Water. As usual I couldn’t stop at just one haiku. The seasons seemed to capture my attention this week. [bctt tweet=”Join me as I travel from season to season through a story in haiku.” username=”GaylWright”] Fall […]
What Do I Crave the Most?
All of these wants are good and needed, but do I really crave them?
More than any of these listed I crave peace and a deeper relationship with God. Having all my children and grandchildren experience God’s peace and love would bring me even more joy. I pray that this verse will one day be realized for all my children.