Here’s a poem I wrote a few years ago about spring, and how my “rites” have changed as I’ve grown older….
This is one of my early poems, about jumping off the ‘ministry train’ and how I landed…
This poem could accompany my third Turn, Turn,Turn post: A Time to Plant and a Time to Uproot.
This poem accompanies my blog article, “A Time to be Born and a Time to Die”.
Written to make myself smile during a hard time.
This is one of my personal favorites. I was inspired by this quotation from Robert Browning:
“We mortals cross the ocean of the world, each in his own average cabin of a life.”
My special invitation to you, dear reader, to step into the world of Marilyn’s poetry.
Will you say yes?
“Every difficulty slurred over will be a ghost to disturb your repose later on.”
Inspired by this chilling quote from Frederick Chopin.
This is my poem about love, soup, change, and the glories of gorgeous color.
Also, this is where “Purple Splash of Glory” got its name!