Sarah Potter Writes

Pursued by the Muses of prose, poetry, and music.

A Spring Haiku (1)

rain in the garden

rain in the garden (Photo credit: ripplestone garden)

Wet southwesterly…

Daffodils disintegrate;

forsythia gleams.

Day 55/365

Day 55/365 (Photo credit: Roxanne Cooke)

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2 thoughts on “A Spring Haiku (1)

  1. Sweet! Makes me want to go out and take advantage of a not-rainy day in Seattle!

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    • The rain was good for us, as we’ve had a mini-drought and already have a hosepipe ban before the summer has even arrived. We’re on chalk where I live, which means it takes a lot of rain to make a difference.

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