daily prompt – Solitude

Solitude goes well with my previous post for the Discover Challenge Obstacles.

one red tulip
blooms in the hosta border
time alone with God

I often pray the Psalms, and am renewed.  Now that I have been blogging for a time, I also am blessed by looking back in my archives.  When my poet-self is at rest, perhaps I have some of the objectivity of an editor, and can decide on some poems that may belong in a small chapbook.

Luci Shaw is one of the authors I read in solitude.  Her next book, Sea Glass, New and Selected Poems, will be published in May 2016.  There is more information in the Writings category at her site.

Many ways to be creative . . .

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