Fields in Summer

The fields are dressed for summer Beneath the broad blue sky, Decked out in every gleeful color, Waving to the passerby! Dancing in the heated wind Lining ditch and alley Susan with her big brown eyes Yellow-skirted—smiling!  Native sisters in bright blankets Nod with the summer rhythms Wine, yellow, orange, and red Woven striped and […]

Spring is a kiss from God

Spring is always so busy that with change that we often rush through and miss some of the best things–like flowers. In Oklahoma, Ox-eye daisies grow beside the road. Prairie parsley, like firework bursts of bright yellow dance and bow as you pass. Don’t pass too fast. Stop and see. A moment in your headlong […]

Spring is a kiss from God

Spring is always so busy that with change that we often rush through and miss some of the best things–like flowers. In Oklahoma, Ox-eye daisies grow beside the road. Prairie parsley, like firework bursts of bright yellow dance and bow as you pass. Don’t pass too fast. Stop and see. A moment in your headlong […]