Books by Luci Shaw

Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin

I am thinking more about the years and decades that I’ve been reading books by Luci Shaw.

The Biographical Information at her site may be of interest. She was born in London, England in 1928.

Two examples of her poetry books on my shelves are:

LISTEN TO THE GREEN – Copyright 1971 Luci Shaw. Harold Shaw Publishers; Wheaton, Illinois.

EYE OF THE BEHOLDER: poems – Copyright 2018 Luci Shaw. Paraclete Press; Brewster, Massachusetts.

She writes about her life and growing older in a generous way.

You can also view her Photo Gallery.

Ellen Grace Olinger

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Acrostic and Haiku Poems

L  ove of literature
nspires countless
B  eautiful hours of
R  eading many
A  uthors, and sometimes
R  ereading beloved books
Y  early

Library

road work leads
to another way home
wildflowers

open window
over the kitchen sink
cool fall air

Poems are by Ellen Grace Olinger.
August – September 2016, April 2019
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Images are courtesy of Reusable Art.

Creative Notes

Please see WELCOME TO TINYWORDS 19.1 for the introduction to the new issue by Editors Kathe L. Palka and Peter Newton.

I enjoyed reading Carole MacRury’s winning poem for the recent prompt, and my poem, “Wisconsin winter,” is also featured.

Thank you,
Ellen Grace Olinger

turning a page

turning a page
of a new-used book
light rests on green leaves

Ellen Grace Olinger
May 2014
1,000 Posts Review