where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
March 10, 2018 § 14 Comments
dashing the hope
of early spring
Tagged: birdhouse, dash, early spring, false hope, garden, hope, indulging, know better, maple leaf, shingles, snow, snow flakes, storm, trellis, winter
Sending you bird songs!
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Great title…woefully true….
You got that right!
We should have known better.
Spring is teasing us all
Returned with a vengeance! Ah, well, poor man’s fertilizer… 🙂
This is the time of year when the differences among regions become most pronounced, I think. It’s the pollen that’s flying down here, just as thick as your snow.
This winter … a model of persistence
Nature is the ultimate master!
Fat floating flakes here
instead of the ones flying by
in your (very fine ) photograph.
We too should have known
better. Still hopeful however!
I do like those big fat floating flakes. Looks like more coming tomorrow. Oh March!
Love this picture! I’m not sure where you’re posting from, but where I live in Canada, we’ve got our fingers crossed that maybe, maybe spring is here to stay!
Oh! Lucky you. Here in the northeast of the US late April would be early for Spring. And snow in May is not unusual. Winter is always a long and wild ride.
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