Tag Archives: Spring

Spring has sprung

Delight spreads over my weary spirit — daffodil cheer Magnolia magnificence adorns the sky— makes me happy And our neighbour has mowed his lawn.

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Napowrimo 27 – Haynaku

  Spring delights us with returning warmth. Growth enchants us with speckled green. Flowers cheer us, attract bumble bees. Birds serenade us found new families. Life is rekindled with increasing light.   The Napowrimo prompt for today is  the hay(na)ku). … Continue reading

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The joy of a working computer He did it:  the Splendid Young Man finally found the way to rid Lappy of nasties, bring back Word and generally liberate me from the miseries of the previous ten days.  He was rewarded … Continue reading

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Write of Spring

Each day I monitor the season’s growing progress – magnolia petals have fallen just as cherry blossom emerges. On my daily walk I’m glad to see how many trees are showing green, the violets are nearly done as common spotted … Continue reading

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At last

        The long grey gloom grinds to a halt. A glimmer of green begins to be seen against stark brown trees. Emerge from the winter cocoon into sunshine and cheer with primevere, dandelion and daisy.   http://poeticbloomings2.wordpress.com/  wants us to … Continue reading

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colour me happy

Cerulean, a beautiful word for a heavenly colour of sky    When Spring once more    colours me happy,    when fluffy white clouds    speckle cerulean coverlet    my sombre winter mood will fly.   for http://poetryjaam.blogspot.com/2012/01/color-your-life.html

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A child’s poem for I Saw Sunday

I had a lovely surprise yesterday:  my grandson Skyped me to listen to a poem he’d just written for his homework.  The teacher had read them a poem, Winter by Judith Nicholls, http://www.poetryarchive.org/childrensarchive/singlePoem.do?poemId=397  – and asked the children to write … Continue reading

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