May — a sigh of sunshine

The sun is my magic pill. If it shines I feel like I’m young again, but without its rays I ache from toe to head. Today I can skip on the dandelioned grass and walk five miles. This is truly the best time of year with the fuzz still on the trees – no full grown leaves here. The forsythia bright yellow along with the daffodils and the finch—all under the warm sun.

The April, “Read a favorite poem event,” exceeded expectations in attendance and energetic good cheer. Thank you all for supporting the Louise Bogan Poets.

This Saturday, May 10, the Massachusetts State Poetry Society meets at the Lunenburg Library. Everyone is welcome to take an inside look at MSPS, this poetry group that has been meeting for more than five decades, though Saturday is the first time the group will be here in North Worcester County. The meeting runs from 11AM and closes at 2PM and includes a writing exercise, a potluck lunch, and a presentation by the Louise Bogan Poets. The writing exercise titled “In the Mood” is led by the MSPS President Jeanette Maes, a friendly and very able poet and leader. Hope to see you Saturday.

About versealive

Founder of the Louise Bogan Chapter of the Massachusetts State Poetry Society, grandmother of five budding poets, and married to Richard who writes poems for birthday parties.
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