Drizzle sprinkles leaves
with counterfeit glass baubles.
Snails seem hoodwinked.
This made me smile. 🙂
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Love this! “counterfeit glass baubles” indeed… 😀
Thanks, Dale 🙂
Thank you for starting my day out with a smile, Sarah!
My pleasure, Naomi. That was my aim with these Monday morning haiku — to give people something to smile at each week 🙂
How lovely…those snails are hoodwinked indeed, no sign of nibbling to be seen! Beautiful this Sarah xxxx
THOSE snails are rounding up their armies elsewhere in the garden, in readiness for their usual May assault!
Ha! They in league with mine, darn things…
Somerset and Sussex snails, the worst of all 😉
love the glass baubles!
Yes, they are rather pretty. The leaves that they’re decorating are on the rockery outside my kitchen window, so it always looks very pretty after rainfall.
Lovely imagery Sarah – the army of snails is now out in force after our May showers!
Same here, Andrea, but they’re laying off my copper-taped flower pots so far. Petunias in tact. Last year, the whole lot got munched up.
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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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