Sarah Potter Writes

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

A Spring Haiku (2)

Speedwell

Speedwell (Photo credit: BlueRidgeKitties)

After the rainfall…

Forget-me-nots and speedwell

sprinkling the grass blue.

Forget me not

Forget me not (Photo credit: randihausken)

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2 thoughts on “A Spring Haiku (2)

  1. Sprinkle – now there is the word. I love this one – it is wonderful. x

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    • Thank you. I agree – sprinkle is a great word. It’s gentle and yet active, as well as sensory in all its tactile, visual, auditory, even olfactory connotations. (Gosh, that was a verbose mouthful – somebody must have sprinkled something on my porridge this morning LOL)

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