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Friday, April 9, 2010

Imagining in April


Spring has the strangest flowers.
Tulips;
Princess' turbans nodding atop pale green towers.
Jonquils
With brief, bright faces trimmed with frills
Riding their long-faced horse daffodils
Galloping in breezes, quivering with thrills.
Hyacinths
Clusters of baby faces painted bright.
Crocus.
Spring bulbs
That seem to grow and live and die in one night.
Spring brings with it unique flowers.
Flowers on trees.
White. Pink.
Gardens
Swarming with bees.
The cat stops to think
Then licks an idle idea away.
Spring is a mother with strange powers
And her children are delicate and fey.

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