Do you enjoy writing or reading poetry? Most of the posts on Big Sky Buckeye are filled with poetry, but I also share short stories, photography, and a few surprises along the way. You are invited to sit a spell and find something you like. I enjoy sharing my curiosity through my writing. You are welcome to like, comment, follow, share, or reblog a post.
Today’s poetry post is filled with images from worn-torn Ukraine. As the weeks have rolled into months, the people of this determined nation have never wavered in their perseverance to seek a better tomorrow. You are invited to read these verses from “Coldest Darkness.”
In addition to my writing, view another journal entry posted on December 3 in From My Journal. While Big Sky Buckeye enjoys writing poetry and short stories, much of his journal writing is inspired from reading and commenting on other blogger’s posts.
You are invited to read a quote updated on December 3 from thoughts found in the words of Romanian-born writer and professor Elie Wiesel. He shares two profound reflections about human suffering and injustice in the world.
Here’s my Baker’s Dozen, featuring 13 of my recent writings from the past couple of weeks. Each post is linked to take you right to its location. Other poems, short stories, and feature writings can be found in the archives (found at the top of the page), which will be updated frequently with past selections. Enjoy!
- Coldest Darkness
- Focus on Jesus (Elfchen Series #129)
- His Voice
- Always Knowing
- Winter’s Teases (Haiku Series #206)
- Monday Memories: God’s Masterpiece
- Hope’s Homecoming (First Sunday of Advent)
- Giant Taken Down
- Special Edition: Thanksgiving Memories
- Called to March
- Faith’s New Song
- Behind the Scenes–Act 5
- Democracy’s Open Door