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Monday Morning #Haiku 59 — Primroses


Primroses galore
decorate woodland rises,
filling hearts with song.

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14 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 59 — Primroses

  1. Beautiful image and haiku, Sarah. 🙂

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  2. Beautiful Sarah, I actually saw my first wild primroses yesterday on a walk to one of our parks – I’d never been a fan of the cultivated variety, but these ones are so much more delicate.

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  3. This is an adorable poem.

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  4. Beautiful this Sarah. I love wild primroses, lovely photo and your haiku is so delicate and pretty too, capturing perfectly the joy of seeing them growing in the woods. I remember always seeing them when I was growing up and picking some for my mum when I was out and about, but not so many these days it seems which is so sad. I’ve seen some this year which is better than none 🙂 xxxxx

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    • Sherri, I feel very lucky living on the edge of a National Park as this affords the wild flowers extra protection. Some of the fields on the slopes are amazing in the Summer — cowslips, cornflowers, vetch, poppies, and all manner of other floral delights, plus all the butterflies that are attracted to them.
      The woodland where I took that photo, really did have primroses galore 🙂 xxxxx

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  5. The last line is perfect – coincidently, that last line mentions a song and I am listening to music at the time (‘Strange Fruit’ by Billie Holiday)

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  6. they do!! Beautiful!

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