Flight of Butterflies (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I love when Monarch butterflies fly through our area, and I keep meaning to plant some milkweed to offer them a treat on their journey. Unfortunately, the squirrels and rabbits love to munch on them as well.] The butterflies are in flight As a warmer season draws nearlife springs forthContinue reading “Flight of Butterflies (A Poem)”

Natural Waltz (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: The world moves to its own special kind of music]. I stepped outside one early spring morning    to find the countryside amid a fanciful celebration             where the Santa Ana Winds danced with the willow and elm trees                                              whose leaves rustled in excitement                                  as they swished                 Continue reading “Natural Waltz (A Poem)”

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