Bare canvas for gardener
to imagine spring.
All we can do now under these layers of snow – to imagine Spring!
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At least the birds around where I live have started behaving as if spring is on the way. They are getting very amorous:-)
Oh lucky you! Mind you, I did see a couple of cardinals chasing each other!
A lot of imagination still needed at the moment, but it was a lovely sunny day today, the birds singing away…
So that’s where our sunshine went. We’ve just had two solid days of overcast skies D:
I can imagine it now…. 😀
Perhaps if enough of us “think” spring, it will happen!
Indeed! I’m in dire need of sunshine! 🙂
I can definitely relate to the bare canvas (although our winter has been rather mild here in the middle of the Midwest, and in the last week, many large groups of various bird species have been making an exodus northward). Speaking of growing and dormancy, I’ve got to get our seeds started under the grow light. Thanks for this swift-kick haiku, Sarah!
We’ve got a whole load of seed potato that are looking far too advanced. They’re presently residing along the top of Mister’s long bookshelf in his office/music room. Must be his music that has made them grow so well!
We are in mud here on the west coast.But I love your hopeful longing. It will come!
Reminds me of the Hippo song “mud, mud, glorious mud, nothing like mud for cooling the blood …”
Thank you 🙂
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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