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__I see with young eyes, an old mirror. Here, I hope to offer... as I see.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

How slowly things change, and yet, how quickly.
__From creaking ice to this greening underbrush... but a moment in time. Just yesterday we were fighting snow and frozen pathways, confined in our boots and parkas, hoods and gloves, the only sounds were the howl of the winds and driven snows.
__Today the tree buds are swollen, the birds are calling, and the squirrels, the chipmunks and rabbits are tending to their awakening, and the Sun warms our world.
__The flowers are smiling; its time to put the snow-shovels away.

green and blue
beyond this winter's bounds
flowers smile


Henrique Pimenta said...

Weather blesses us with its ephemeral.


TALON said...

We've had a few 80 degree days, but they're forecasting snow tomorrow...UGH! I knew I shouldn't have put my winter boots away the other day - lol!

Magyar said...

Thank you, my friends!

__We accept the weather... good or bad, hopeing the bad is the temporary.

__The weather sometimes makes fools of us... but now, if there is snow, I'll just watch it melt.

Rachel said...

Lieber, guter Magyar,

genau so ist es, deine Gedanken sind wunderschön...

herzlichst, Rachel

Margie said...

Your weather sounds very much like the weather we are having here in Colorado.
Snow a few days ago and a perfectly beautiful spring day today.

Beautiful haiku!

Margie :)

Timoteo said...

Winter blows (pun intended.)

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely spring haibun and so true how time moves slowly and quickly at the same time...

joo said...

I love it! Blue, green and flowers - that's all I need now:)

Anonymous said...

The same thing happened here after yesterday's warm temperatures. I even saw a purple violet. I can relate nicely to your poem.

Tikkis said...

Ice from our River are gone. Still some freezing nights and just some snow left. Not yet any flowers (but just a few.)

debacle --
last year's grass

Lorraine said...

You are so so talented, tomorrow's litterate genius, that won't be recognized for a while x

Magyar said...

I thank you all! _m