Lynda McKinney Lambert - American AuthorPosted on by Lynda Lambert
we now have a very early twilight and night descending. By 5:30 pm, it’s dark! It makes no sense to me to do this time change – we still get up in the dark, and now, we have one less hour in our afternoon before it gets dark. In my writing over the decades, darkness is a recurring theme. I focus on dark and darkness a lot in all seasons and it is a metaphor that shows up consistently in my poetry often.
I wrote this poem about drawing one night when I was in my room at a farm house, Bachmannhof , in Grödig, Austria. I lived there every summer for fourteen years.
The Evergreen Journal #20 — Moonflowers & Childhood Stories – June 24, 2022 My thoughts take me to summer days and the pleasure of lounging on a glider on our front porch. Our small village is known as Frisco, …Continue reading →
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This week on Ten Things of Thankful Blog Hop, Pennsylvania author and artist, Lynda McKinney Lambert shares her list of THANKFUL – NESS. She provides photos, blog connections and links, with her lift of 10 things she is thankful for this week. Lynda invites YOU to join the fun and share your own Ten Things of Thankful.