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

Monday, February 8, 2016

__Soon we'll be seeing  the 'home-side' crocuses bursting through what remains of our icy snow, and that... a warming thought.

night snow
below this last icicle
a crocus

13 comments:

Vesper said...

oh, this feels crunchy and sweet... indeed a melting thought... :-)

joo said...

It's like the promise - spring is in the air:)

Magyar said...

__Cora, I truly thank you for your nifty comments_!
__Joo, thanks! With a little clutter here and there, Mother Nature always keeps her promises_! _m

Lorraine Renaud said...

Oh DD what an image in my mind, stunning, outrageously so, oh how you do that, so, so well

Jennifer Wagner said...

Yes--the hope of spring! Our tulips are starting to pop up :-D

Gwil W said...

Spring has sprung. Spring sprang here at the new year's turn . . .
New weather patterns ruling the roost.

In Vienna we are still waiting for winter to arrive. Today 13 C in the shade.


Danièle Duteil said...

Lovely flower that announces spring.

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful haiku, looking onward.

Brigitta Huegel said...

I "see" the spike-formed leaves of the crocus pushing up hard, while the icicle above it melts to soft water - a circle of change.

Magyar said...

__LL, Jen and Daniele... even though -8C here now, I can hear the creaks of spring pushing hard_! Gwil and Bob... thanks for your comments.
__Brigitta... welcome to you_! As is the cycle of Spring. _m

Ygraine said...

Such a beautiful, awe inspiring image you have evoked!
The fragile little crocus beneath the ice...a tiny, tender spark of life...awaiting the first rays of spring...
Wonderful! :))

Frank... said...

Nice one Magyar. The weather seems to have fooled a lot of plants. Over here we has daffodils blooming in December...

Magyar said...

__The original of this, was in my scribble book of February 22 2014, and the crocus patiently waits.
__"Y" and Frank, I truly thank you. The crocus amazes me, it can surge through the remaining snow and ice, in its unstoppable effort to succeed and bloom_! Is that, then, a lesson to we all? _m