I am determined to post again – so today I’m sharing two poems I’ve had sitting in my files for many-many years. I’d never seen fireflies until I was married. And we still don’t see them often. Didn’t seen them at all during the drought years. But I saw some on Christmas day… and again, two weeks ago.
the night away,
By contrast, drought or floods, there are always ants. (And lots of them!)
Bit by bit
Poems © Kathryn Apel – All rights reserved
Hoping the little critters in your life are sparking your joy – not stealing it!
Someone who sparks my joy is Tabatha – and she’s hosting Poetry Friday this week, at The Opposite of Indifference. (She had some fun animal couplets last week. If you haven’t already seen them, scroll back for a smile.) Thanks Tabatha.