Kathy Van Kurin : Writing

Watch Me Rain (Seasons of growth and dormancy)

Watch Me Rain (Seasons of growth and dormancy)

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


Casting off fear within life seasons.
Dripping Diamonds

Dripping Diamonds

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


Dripping diamonds Oh the bliss, of a campfire late at night! Warm, welcoming; the flames glow, orange and lovely. Dear husband built t..
Sky Horses

Sky Horses

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


This was the first real poem I composed and at the time just tickled with. It has been formatted a little differently from its original version. Got t..
Summer Fires

Summer Fires

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


A day which gave opportunity for personal introspection. We here in Oregon, Idaho, Washington watched this become a very serious summer for wild fires..
From Woods To My Garden

From Woods To My Garden

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


the contrast yet similarity between the planting and expected end of a harvest in a garden and also the natural planting of seeds within nature and th..
Amazement within

Amazement within

A Story by Kathy Van Kurin


An essay on the meaning and reality of the Living God. The bible which is a book that many in the world have turned too and still are in this day. Jes..
Snow Drops

Snow Drops

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


Iv'e been wanting to write a long awaited poem of coming Spring since late winter. My husband and I noticed a robin had built a nest on our front door..
Why Should I Care?

Why Should I Care?

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


Just as this home made fire pit is cracked from repeated cold and heat but still holds heat and welcoming light of it's blazing fire we hold our own ..
This Soul

This Soul

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


Inner light of the soul pushing against the heart-mind within this life.
Story's Jar

Story's Jar

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


Even adults can be young at heart and share a simple lovely story together just because!

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