Autumn haiku

Autumn’s colorful foliage is peaking, disappearing. Warm, sunny days prevail here in Columbus. Gardens’ late blooms flourish or persist. The sun sets earlier and nights are deliciously crisp. A…

Summer Haiku

Warm summer — a very warm summer, so far– has arrived in Columbus. Gardens are flourishing, rivers are flowing free, afternoons are calm and lazy. Here are some small…

Spring Reluctant

Ok, it’s technically spring but here in Columbus we’ve had a number of chill days. Nevertheless, to welcome in spring, here are a number of haiku celebrating the season….

Spring is Here!

A lovely, radiant spring moon graced our skies last week. This week, clouds rolled in, but the clear and enlivening moon will return. Here’s a poem celebrating our moon…

A Quieting

Chill January, sometimes gray, sometimes sunny, could be an opportunity for us to pause, reflect, and experience the peace that is always deep within us. Here’s a poem that…

Winter Fun

I remember a time when I didn’t think that winter was a drag, an inconvenience. Sometimes I still feel that way as I look out my window at the…

Many Thanks

I’ve posted this poem before, but here it is again. It seems so appropriate for the holiday, holy day season, and the new year upcoming. So many gifts to…

Autumn Arrival

Autumn is indeed with us. Brisk, chill evenings. Summer’s heat departed. From the back of the closet, warm fall coats. And coming up: first furnace day. Here’s a poem…

Summer Haiku

Hot summer here in Columbus. Early mornings and sundown evenings the best for pleasant walking. Here are some haiku about this lush, ornery season. summer moves slowly summer passes…

Dragons

It’s mid-spring in Columbus, a bit chilly at times, rainy, windy, then sunny and calm. The power of the earth is evident. It’s a power we respect, the beauty…