where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 23, 2015 § 21 Comments
welcome are the clouds
of April’s dappled skies
who shower us with colors
Tagged: April, april showers, clouds, greening of spring, landscape, Mother May I, outdoors, rain, spring, transformation, welcome
Beautiful. Strangely our April skies have mostly been blue and lacking in rain
I’d like some blue – but the rain is good. I hope you get some.
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I love the way skies, clouds, the atmosphere can change so so suddenly. Keeps us on our toes!
It sure does. We have a saying around these parts – if you don’t like the weather just wait five minutes.
Spot on! Kinda like that in Scotland too.
Rainbows and then foliage, I presume? =)
My first thought too. There’s hope in those heavy clouds.
Our skies are clearing out today. I wondered where those clouds went.
They do shower the colors, don’t they? I’m loving the new green grass and rose colored buds in the trees. Ah, spring!
love the juxtaposition of the grey clouds showering us with colour!
I ready to be showered with colour 🙂
Rain showers help make lots of flowers!
Beautiful! This time of the year the skies are ever changing.
😀 April showers have been happening in May for a few years now in South UK, well at least in the sky above me anyways! Its good to change things up! Love a long period of Sun, love a long period of rain, feed the Earth and all life shall grow.
Thanks for liking my work, yours is fine, love these little haikus 🙂 Thanks for sharing. Nice picture, gifting serenity to the city dweller 🙂
short and sweet kind of thing..loved it..
thats the link of some my creation ..hope u wl like it..
Very beautiful photo shot.
Love reading your blog! Love the photos! 🙂
Looking forward to the green!
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