My Poetic Path

My journey…shared in poems, prose and photos.


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Wishing You a Happy Weekend!😊

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Looks like a nice one is on the way, here on Vancouver Island.

Hope your weather is cooperating, wherever you are.

I don’t know why, but daisies and sunflowers always make me smile.😊

What about you, any flowers that make you 😊?

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The White Rain

It’s been another dry summer, here in BC. Hopefully some rain on the way this week.

The threat of forest fires still looms, as we reach the middle of August.

Hope you enjoy this “rainy” poem from the archives. And hope your weather has been good, wherever you are.

Wishing You a Happy Week!

My Poetic Path

Enveloping, encompassing….

it begins.

Touching more than skin and sight.

Seeping into the mind and soul.

The white rain.

 

More than reality, dreams,

or mere thoughts.

Beyond reason.

It takes over the moment.

Changes and shifts, the perception of the day.

Five senses,

now fully engaged.

 

Warm spring shower.

Icy needles of sleet, mixed with snow.

Beautiful.

Gentle or forbidding.

The power to destruct.

More often to sustain.

 

The white rain.

It is, a state of mind.

Or lull in the storm.

Always,

a subtle part of nature’s fantasy.

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“The White Rain” © Geraldine H. Hartman 2001/revised 2008

Photo courtesy of: Flickr

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Revisiting Some Favorite Summer Photos

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Even the photo makes me feel calm!😉

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Chicory in the Sun

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After the Rain, the Flowers Refreshed

happy sunny weekend

It’s A Long Weekend, Here in BC.

Wishing You  a Happy Week Too!😊


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Blogging Updates… Back to WORDPRESS!😊

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Hello again and HAPPY SUMMER!

I’ve decided to resurrect my two WordPress blogs, this one and also, Veggies, Yarns & Tails.

You can read all the details HERE.

I’m going to try for weekly posts and of course, back to more regular visits at my many favorite WordPress blogs.

For now, wishing you a great week and hope you’ll stop by again soon for new posts here and at Veggies…

It’s nice to be back!😊


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Longing for Spring!

151Spring Fever has arrived earlier than usual!

We are having a very mild winter here on Vancouver Island but I’m still craving spring in a big way.

Can’t you just smell these lilacs? 😊

PS: On an unrelated topic, is the new, “improved” WP editor driving you crazy?

Why they keep changing things here that were working just fine, I do not know. This simple post is taking way too long to complete and is not formatted as I would have liked. I just didn’t have time to keep resetting paragraphs, color, bolding….

WordPress…IF IT Ain’t Broke, Don’t ” Fix” It!!!


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Merry Christmas 2018 & Happy Holidays!

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Mr. Cheddar and I wish you the best Christmas ever!

And all the best in 2019.

It’s going to be a wonderful New Year!

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PS: Stop by My Real Life Reviews to check out my new holiday gift guide. With something affordable for everyone on your list. 


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Happy Autumn and New Kindle Promotions!

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Don’t you just love everything about Autumn?

Including the apples!!! 🙂

Hope you’ll enjoy my new Amazon eBook promotions (see info. below) for October and November.

VEGGIES, YARNS & TAILS

Hope you’re having a wonderful Autumn so far!

The weather here on Vancouver Island has been just glorious for the past couple of weeks. I’m loving it!

Getting out for lots of walks and sunshine. Hopefully it will last a while.

Here’s hoping the forecast is right for a change!!!

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I have a new fall Kindle promotion, starting today and continuing into November, for all of my current available eBooks.

Some FREE, some deeply discounted (.99 cent countdowns).

You can check out all the details at my Author’s Site:

WHAT’S NEW PAGE

HAPPY READING, COOKING AND AUTUMN TOO!

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