The Psalms Series 2020: A Summary is a post at Poems From Psalms And Nature that may be of interest. It is a long post, with many links to other content at the site. I presented the content in different ways.
Daily writing prompt for June 7, 2023
The Psalms have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I would have heard them first, in church. Poetry, language, faith. I do not remember learning how to read. I remember reading many books when I was young.
I quoted from Psalm 23 for our post on March 30, 2020 at Poems From Psalms And Nature, as part of our 2020 series.
The LORD is my shepherd;
I shall not want.
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures:
he leadeth me beside the still waters.
He restoreth my soul:
he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness
for his name’s sake.
Psalm 23: 1-3
Daily writing prompt for June 6, 2023
I pray the Psalms. And I have mentioned authors I have read for many years. Here are a few examples. I also read poetry journals and buy books from small presses.
Luci Shaw The Official Website
The Mitford Museum was founded by Jan Karon.
GREEN acrostic poem
G reen colors
R ejoice in various shades
E vergreens grow and
E very tree’s leaves
N ow, this almost summer day
Daily writing prompt for June 4, 2023
spruce tree branches
by the windows
each day a painting
WestWard Quarterly Winter 2021
new leaves on the branch
by my study window
June 3, 2023 Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin
art on the wall
long ago still
speaks to me
Scarlet Dragonfly Journal June 2022 issue
Poems in this post are by Ellen Grace Olinger.
haiku: small study
and books to read
days with longer light
by Ellen Grace Olinger
Akitsu Quarterly, Spring 2022 – Robin White, Editor
Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog – May 10, 2022
Our Garden: The Haiku Foundation Volunteer Anthology 2022 – edited by Jim Kacian & Julie Bloss Kelsey. The Haiku Foundation, Winchester VA.
One of our sites is Poems From Psalms And Nature – July 2010 to the present.