POEMS: “Joy” By Ella Wheeler Wilcox

JOY My heart is like a little bird That sits and sings for very gladness. Sorrow is some forgotten word, And so, except in rhyme, is sadness. The world is very fair to me– Such azure skies, such golden weather, I’m like a long caged bird set free, My heart is lighter than a feather….

POEMS: “Morning Poem” by Mary Oliver

  Morning Poem Every morning the world is created. Under the orange sticks of the sun the heaped ashes of the night turn into leaves again and fasten themselves to the high branches — and the ponds appear like black cloth on which are painted islands of summer lilies. If it is your nature to…

POEMS: “PRAISE DAY” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

PRAISE DAY Let us halt now for a space in our hurrying Let us take time to look up and look out. Let us refuse for a spell to be worrying; Let us decline both to question or doubt. If one goes caviling Hair splitting, flaw hunting, ready for strife, All the best pleasure is…

QUOTE POEMS: “Allowing Well-Being” by Trina Graves

“Allowing Well-Being” Based on quote from Abraham-Hicks: ‘When your heart is singing, you are allowing Well-Being. When you are appreciating, you are allowing Well-Being.’ What makes your Heart sing? What do you Love to do? What gives you simple pleasure? Do you have a clue? It’s important to make some time Each and every day…

SUMMER POEMS: “From blossoms” by Li-Young Lee

“From blossoms”   From blossoms comes this brown paper bag of peaches we bought from the boy at the bend in the road where we turned toward signs painted Peaches. From laden boughs, from hands, from sweet fellowship in the bins, comes nectar at the roadside, succulent peaches we devour, dusty skin and all, comes…