First Day of Spring (officially)

bocage for haibun_pe

A hiding place for
wild things along the bocage —
waiting for release

The bocage is the French name for a network of banks and hedgerows guarding sunken tracks through the countryside in the Normandy Cotentin.  

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11 Responses to First Day of Spring (officially)

  1. restlessjo says:

    Educational too! 🙂 I’d heard of bocage but wasn’t sure.

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  2. Breathtaking–the haiku AND the tree.

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  3. Ah Normandy, you are so loved.

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  4. tialys says:

    It’s certainly come around quickly again hasn’t it?

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  5. hope you have some spring sunshine. we have after an unpromising start

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  6. katechiconi says:

    What we used to call hollow lanes back home in Berkshire… Bocage is so much prettier! No sign of the weather abating down here just yet, but I have started my Assault on the Garden list, and will be hauling the trailer out of the shed to stand ready for loading.

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  7. Misky says:

    What a gorgeous little cave for nature’s critters. Happy spring, Viv! >

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