window to writer’s world

 

writing is a process;
mental and physical
engagement with my
surroundings; a scene
from the window or a
moment within mind.

i welcome green ideas
wholesome, peaceful,
like the life-giving trees
in farm grove; oxygen
for brain in warmth of
full summer season.

but sometimes my
words reveal darker
thoughts like dormant,
leafless trees; barren
and bleak in cold of
dull wintery wood.

 

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This is the view from window above my writing desk…linked to dVerse poetics

26 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bill
    Aug 07, 2020 @ 10:00:21

    The view and the poem are both refreshing. Nicely done, Lynn.

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  2. msjadeli
    Aug 06, 2020 @ 22:21:31

    Beautiful (oak?) trees and it looks like they were planted in a row. Green sanctuary is what I see.

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  3. rothpoetry
    Aug 06, 2020 @ 20:13:04

    It was your last stanza that caught me and spun me on ….

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  5. memadtwo
    Aug 06, 2020 @ 16:02:42

    The trees do tell us the seasons. I used to have an oak tree outside my window at my last residence and I loved watching the changes. But you have quite an expansive array of trees! (K)

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  6. rothpoetry
    Aug 06, 2020 @ 10:45:27

    I love the idea that the mind goes through phases of ups and downs.
    Very nicely done Lynn!

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  7. Christo N
    Aug 06, 2020 @ 05:04:35

    You may not know it but you are truly living a blessed existence to be able to write in such serene surroundings.
    Good luck with your writing

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  8. Vivian Zems
    Aug 05, 2020 @ 20:16:20

    A true depiction of the human mind
    these days; happy and sad thoughts running amok!

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  9. Beverly Crawford
    Aug 05, 2020 @ 14:54:36

    For those of us in northern climes, the lush green of summer gives way to the bleak of winter, when the view is not so soothing! Well said.

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  10. kim881
    Aug 05, 2020 @ 05:21:13

    I love the dappled view captured in the photograph, Lynn and the โ€˜green ideasโ€™ โ€“ I welcome them too! The shift at the end made me shiver.

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  11. peterfrankiswrites
    Aug 05, 2020 @ 03:09:35

    Thanks for sharing this lovely view – and I can imagine it bare and cold in winter too.

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