The weather is not being nice to me today [imagine that in a whiney four-year-old voice]! We went from gorgeous, breezy, 80-degree (Fahrenheit) days to a chilly, windy 30/40-degree day!
The temperature thwarted my plans to take long walks between tasks and classes, but it’s given me an opportunity to pause, sip tea, and read poetry. Don’t you want to join me?
Well, just grab a cup of your favorite tea and settle in.
I am sharing a few poems written by Na’veh of The Bloggings of V. Na’veh is one of our department’s most prolific poets, the self-proclaimed favorite student, and my homegirl (from NOLA).
Here are three of her poems–because poems should be read in threes:
About the Image: The red and white tulips are from one of my very early spring walks. I was surprised to see the “field” of tulips in a hardly peopled area of campus. Na’veh selected the tulips for this post because she “loves roses.” [Inside joke] 😉