where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
April 19, 2017 § 11 Comments
out of the damp
into spring’s light
Tagged: April, canter, coltsfoot, damp, flower, gait, leaves, marco, outdoors, spring, spring plants, sunlight, Tussilago
The best of all first spring flowers – good weather will be galloping behind!
This is beautiful. A ray of happiness sprouting.
I don’t believe I’ve seen this, although its relationship to various asters is obvious. It’s interesting that the name comes from the leaves rather than the flower — and what a clever connection to the name you made in your title.
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beautiful play on words catherine–love it….
Stunning contrasts. Great alliteration.
Eliza – I think it was you, last year, who taught me how to identify coltsfoot. Much thanks for all your kind and generous knowledge sharing!
Oh, how nice, my pleasure!
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