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Winter photo poetry — Minnesota Prairie Roots

Please enjoy this beautiful take on a winter’s day from one of my favorite bloggers and an amazingly talented photographer.  ❤ A WINTER LANDSCAPE IN RURAL Minnesota can, at first glance, seem visually unappealing. White upon white upon white. But … Continue reading

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Winter’s Child – #OctPoWriMo

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*I know that I am Much too early for a poem about winter.  But the words “Winter’s Child” came to me and would not let me go.  So I had to do something with…

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Warm and Cold

The heat from your touch and   Your passion still Light my nights Morning’s glow brings the truth My soul chilled I know better than to think you’re mine © 2018 Penny Wilson *This was prompted by the incredible photo … Continue reading

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Longing For Spring

She arches Slowly exposing delicate casing  Sun warms frigid bark Tendrils stretch seeking fevered sky Winter’s chill shunned Longing for Spring Copyright © 2018 {Penny Wilson) * This was inspiried Frank Jansen’s stunning Photo Prompt. While it does not fit … Continue reading

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Bitter Winter

An anemic sun Struggling Feeble Snow oppressive Unrelenting bitter winds Faces sting with winter’s slap Copyright (C) Penny Wilson *I’ve tweaked this a bit and think I like this version better.  I need to remember not to rush it.  🙂

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Winter’s Child – #OctPoWriMo

*I know that I am Much too early for a poem about winter.  But the words “Winter’s Child” came to me and would not let me go.  So I had to do something with them.  I hope you enjoy.  🙂 … Continue reading

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Distance

The chill of winter holds tight Accompanied by the savage wind. The palled sun gives no warmth. Does it light your way? The distant hills bear No sign of your trek. My heart clutches thinking Of the dangers you face. … Continue reading

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