Tulip sweet delight
Assortment of bold colours
Nature’s candy mix
Great analogy Sarah, spring flowers do often look like a box of candy with their bright colours.
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Thank you, Andrea. Tulips are my favourite flowers, but this year is the first time that I’ve grown them successfully in my garden, mostly due to squirrels and foxes usually digging up the bulbs! This year, the wildlife was kept at bay by wire netting. I’ve another pot of equally colourful tulips, plus an army of them on the rockery outside my kitchen window, so I’m very pleased 🙂
The local tulip festival is next weekend…hundreds of thousands go to it…majestic colors, and your haiku is brilliant in hue, just like the tulips.
I’m jealous, Bill. I want to go to that tulip festival 😉 You have a wonderful time. It’s good to hear that some flowers are in bloom now in your locality, after a late start. Make sure to take some photos and share them with your blogging friends. Wishing you a happy and productive week, my friend.
PS I haven’t forgotten about interviewing you for a post on my blog. If you can bear with me for a few weeks. I have Easter to get through and am trying to finish my book edit, followed by submitting it to a few people. I should be able to send you some questions mid-May, or possibly before, depending upon how things go.
My daughter and I like your last line lots.
That’s great. Thank you. I’m glad you both liked it 🙂
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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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