Each week I publish a little poem that is inspired by my gardens. This morning as I walked my dogs at daybreak, I had to just stand in awe of the glorious, delicate sky. “It’s the color of a fine aquamarine gem,” I thought. As I looked up into that vast heavenly sky, I was aware that my feet were damp from the morning dew. I was surrounded by a symphony of bird songs – it was like the entire landscape was alive and celebrating this new day. Thank you for visiting with me today on my blog. Please come back soon. Make my day – leave a comment for me.Continue reading →
Walking by Inner Vision Blog presents Garden Songs “sweet alyssum” Poems Inspired by my Gardens sweet alyssum creamy yellow antique lace thriving in shadows ©Lynda … Continue reading →
American poet, Lynda McKinney Lambert, presents another poem and backstory in her series, “From the Professor’s Journal.”
Lambert has five published books featuring poetry, memoir, and personal stories of non-fiction. She writes three blog posts each week on Walking by Inner Vision.