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Comments on: "A Spring Haiku" (13)
Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Laurie. No comparison to the great photography from you, but I enjoy capturing pix of nature that capture me. Blessings & Cheers! 🙂 Bette
Nice words and photo Bette.
Reblogged this on Teacher as Transformer and commented:
It has been unseasonably cool and will continue to be as we get ready to go home. It is nice to have images and poetry that brings spring to us in at least metaphoric ways.
Thanks so much for the reblog. Your thoughtfulness added sunshine to an overcast (but 50+ degree) spring day. 🙂
You are welcome. Your post added some sunshine and warmth to a cool drive through the mountains.
I envy your pretty tulips. I have just two tulips in the whole garden. The others did not bloom, though they put up leaves. I’m thinking to fall when maybe we will meet and I will get to see your garden in person. I’m beginning to feel a little bit more like me again and you have been a wonderful support. Thank you!
Hi, Marilyn. So glad to hear that you’re on the mend. Summer will be here before we know it… then fall. Yes, I’m looking forward to a visit from you! So glad we’ve become friends. Have an amazing week. Blessings always, Bette XO
Oh rhis is beautiful! I love tulips and I love your accompanying haiku. You spurred me onto write one about the tulips now in my garden 😊
Nature never ceases to amaze and inspire. Thanks so much for the note. Blessings, Bette
Oh, I love your little Haiku, Bette! So sweet. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
Thanks, Natalie. It’s amazing that spring has finally sprung here in Central Maine. Blessings to you and yours, Bette 🙂
Just as spring comes once a year as part of a cycle without any effort, so does the tulip with its’ cycle of life. I loved reading the imagery you’ve presented here.
I’ve begun to love writing Haiku with its 5 – 7 – 5 structure of syllables. Since you’ve written one here about spring which is true, I’ve decided to do the same with Spring as its theme.
Spring is here at last.
Pollen sufferers suffer
Waiting for summer.
Have a GREAT WEEKEND with your family !!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Thanks for the READ and for the WRITE. Loved yours… 🙂