FLOWERS on FRIDAY (Emily Dickinson Bee Poem & Hope is Thing with Feathers)

Happy Friday Readers, For those who need a splash of color – this flower photo is for you. For those that need a little lift, Emily Dickinson’s Hope is the Thing with Feathers poem is for you.  There are many things to extract from this next poem, but my top takeaway is that IF hope … More FLOWERS on FRIDAY (Emily Dickinson Bee Poem & Hope is Thing with Feathers)

Garage Doors from The Fan Neighborhood (Dickinson Poems AFRAID and I’M NOBODY)

  Happy Thursday Everyone. Joining Norm 2.0 and the Door Crew with GARAGE DOORS from The Fan neighborhood in Richmond, VA. My top three Garage doors from The Fan: The Fan neighborhood has the name because of the “triangular-fan shape” streets make from Belvidere to Boulevard. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Go … More Garage Doors from The Fan Neighborhood (Dickinson Poems AFRAID and I’M NOBODY)

Two-for-Tuesday: ART, GARDEN, SIGNS (Dickinson’s poem- Summer has Two Beginnings)

Hello readers – It is #twosday – so here are some pairs: and please note –  this is a  little  “hodge podge” – today we have FIVE pairs and one Dickinson poem for Two-for-Tuesday: — Two Types of Art:        Two Abstract Photos: Two Signs:    Two Comics: __   Two Garden Shots:  These … More Two-for-Tuesday: ART, GARDEN, SIGNS (Dickinson’s poem- Summer has Two Beginnings)

View of Toledo Revisited (+Emily Dickinson poem How the Sun Rose)

Hello Readers, One Word Sunday (here) is “POWER” – Here is my photo.  I have also been wanting to share a follow-up post about El Greco’s “View of Toledo” painting because it keeps coming up in my life lately (and it does have that powerful sky…).  In 2014, I posted about Toledo  (Spain and Ohio – here) and … More View of Toledo Revisited (+Emily Dickinson poem How the Sun Rose)

Bike Photos & Emily Dickinson’s Truth Can Blind poem (Lens-Artists DELICATE)

Hello Readers, The month of May continues to move on and I am still exploring Emily Dickinson’s poetry. The lens-artists theme this week is DELICATE (here) and this reminded me of Emily’s poem about delivering TRUTH. Sharing truth with someone – or grasping a truth for ourselves – can be a delicate matter. Here is … More Bike Photos & Emily Dickinson’s Truth Can Blind poem (Lens-Artists DELICATE)

Two-for-Tuesday Boots, Bikes, and Send Two Sunsets & Night is almost Done Dickinson Poems

Hello Readers – City Sonnet’s color of the day is Wild Rose (here) and Tourmaline’s color this week is Almond (here). I had these photos sitting in a Two for Tuesday folder –  thought it might make a nice post – and I have some Emily Dickinson Poems two – I mean too – 🙂 … More Two-for-Tuesday Boots, Bikes, and Send Two Sunsets & Night is almost Done Dickinson Poems

Finding a Lift from Nature (A Bird Came Down the Walk poem by Emily Dickinson)

Hello Readers. Happy Sunday to you. My theme for this post is “Finding a Lift from Nature” First – some trees.    As many readers know, during May 2019 I am featuring some of Emily Dickinson’s poetry.  Archives are HERE Today’s poem share is A Bird Came Down the Walk. The number for this poem is … More Finding a Lift from Nature (A Bird Came Down the Walk poem by Emily Dickinson)

Thursday Doors (The Wire Neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland)

We have a family member (hubs’ side of family) who had cancer surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital this week (he is doing very well, and asked for privacy). Johns Hopkins Hospital (here) is noted for inventing the rechargeable pacemaker, renal dialysis, and insulin research. (Side note – I do have some thoughts about the sick care in … More Thursday Doors (The Wire Neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland)

Monday Morning Blooms: Lemony-Yellow (& Dickinson’s Bobolink Poem)

Happy Monday Readers,  City Sonnet’s color today is Lemon (here) and so here are lemony-yellow blooms.  Here is the Emily Dickinson poem for this post: The Way to Know the Bobolink (popular songbird in the 1800s in Massachusetts and Dickinson calls the Bobolink the “bird of birds”):  List of Emily Dickinson’s 1,775 Poems HERE Slideshow with some … More Monday Morning Blooms: Lemony-Yellow (& Dickinson’s Bobolink Poem)