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Friday, March 14, 2014

In this late season, natural processes are seen; the maple's sap begins to flow.

maple trees
as snow and cold linger
this flow

12 comments:

TALON said...

I hope it starts here soon. We've had such a snowy winter (six more inches yesterday). It seems unending, but I know there is lots going on behind the scenes. I'm ready for Mother Nature to part the curtains now and get on with the Spring Show. :)

Hope all is well, D!

Jan said...

Life goes on even after the harshest of seasons...Mother Nature rules~

Jan

Bill said...

"flow" brings this beautifully to a rest, which is not a stop, since the image is still moving.

Thanks for your message.

Lorraine Renaud said...

Oh how I love maple trees, cold or not it will eventually run sweetly, beautiful Doug

Lorraine Renaud said...

I meant flow sweetly lol

Gillena Cox said...

warm wishes, dear Magyar

much love...

Moonie said...

cold holds our breath
forecast - nothing but snow
spring's amber flow

So ready for spring!!!!1

Danièle Duteil said...

Lobely image and sounds.

Magyar said...

__Kim, the curtains are now recieving warmer breeze!
__Jan, we take those steps!
__LL, run and flow... sweetly understood.
__Gillena... thanks for sending your warmth!
__Moonie, that amber flow, the maple's sweet life!
__Daniele, the image? Soon to be real!
__Bill... I trust we all have a continued flow!
_____I thank you all! _m

Margie said...

Spring is in the air ...
Always a joy to read your haiku's

(I just saw your comment(poetry) on the photo I posted of my son and I.
Thank you, loved what you wrote.)

Best wishes, always ...

Margie

Magyar said...

__Margie, as always! I sincerly thank you! _m

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