"In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks." - John Muir
Take a peaceful walk on #NatureNurtues2020 trail with some Poetry Friday poets. Find joy and comfort within this mini-gallery that shares our planet's beauty. Notice hints of dark storms that come our way and discover hope to walk onward.
Find comfort in Georgia Heard's poem that lifts us up with resilience and hope.
With positivity in our hearts, be awakened by birdsong.
Join Janet Wong as she looks for birds.
Spend a quiet afternoon in Georgia with Robyn Hood Black penning her haikus and creating video poems.
"In order to see birds, it is necessary to become a part of the silence."
Join Christie Wyman as she hears an early morning chirp.
Paint your thoughts with the beauty of spring's greens as seen through Michelle Kogan's eyes.
Live Your Poem, each day In April with Irene Latham.
nature's embraceable peace
lean in and learn
Reflect and recharge!
I hope you are inspired to continue your own nature walk, of course with your mask on.
Travel with me to Christie Wyman's blog as she hosts the Poetry Friday Roundup with an interesting birdsong poem based on one of Thoreau's journal entries. You will find the next line of the Progressive Poem, too.