Spring Comes

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Spring Comes
“The deep roots never doubt spring will come.” By Rebekah Lowin

The east wind blows across the new grass and peepers sing down at the creek.

25 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Björn Rudberg (brudberg)
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 15:44:27

    This year we have not even had winter… 7 centigrades warmer than normal… wonder how it will feel when spring finally comes.

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    • kanzensakura
      Mar 05, 2020 @ 15:59:36

      I think down South here we will have a hellish summer, although it is cool now – high of 47F today. Not much cooler tonight though. Still, when you hear the peepers calling and smell the new grass, it speaks of spring.

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  2. Beverly Crawford
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 16:02:23

    Today seems to have the feel of Spring. I’m watching for daffodils, the first bright kiss of Spring in my world.

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  3. kanzensakura
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 16:03:10

    Lovely! Our daffodils started popping up two weeks ago.

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  4. kim881
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 16:10:20

    New grass and peepers – delicate and fresh, Toni! We have a garden full of snowdrops and daffodils at the moment, as well as a variety of birds. A hopeful season..

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  5. Glenn A. Buttkus
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 16:10:31

    I am so very fond of Ginsberg’s American Sentences. This is a lovely and perky one; thanks.

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  6. Frank Hubeny
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 16:21:08

    Perhaps spring will return.

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  7. hypercryptical
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 16:51:05

    Spring, a time of rebirth.
    Lovely sentence Toni.
    Anna :o]

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  8. charliezero1.wordpress.com
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 16:53:48

    Spring listens to the heartbeat of us all and mother earth.

    I love this sentence and breathtaking. 🙂

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  9. scotthastiepoet
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 17:48:21

    You have such a real sensibility… You never fail to disappoint, when I come here – seemingly effortlessly able to always capture what you are aiming for… Terrific!

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  10. Frank J. Tassone
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 17:57:09

    Lovely, Toni! And how opportune: the kigo for my haikai challenge this week is East wind. 😉

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  11. Frank J. Tassone
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 17:57:58

    Reblogged this on Frank J. Tassone and commented:
    #Haiku Happenings #5: Toni Spencer’s latest #AmericanSentence for #dversePoets #OpenLinkNight!

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  12. sanaarizvi
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 18:26:55

    This is absolutely splendid, Toni! 💝 I too love Spring and the promise of hope that it brings 🙂

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  13. Sherry Marr
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 21:02:34

    The early sights and sounds of spring give the heart such a lift. Beautiful, Toni.

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  14. Christine Bolton
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 21:06:24

    I hadn’t heard of Peepers and had to look them up. They are so tiny, evidently about 1 inch. They must sound beautiful 🙂

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  15. Grace
    Mar 05, 2020 @ 21:09:57

    I look forward to this! Love this Toni.

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  16. Jane Dougherty
    Mar 06, 2020 @ 10:39:33

    Spring sounds! Last years frogs were swimming happily in the stream here until the storms started a few days ago. Now the stream is such a torrent, I have no idea what will have happened to them. I suppose nature has a Plan B.

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  17. Snow's Fissures and Fractures
    Mar 06, 2020 @ 16:10:39

    Loved it. Spring is just around the corner.

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  18. rothpoetry
    Mar 06, 2020 @ 20:35:45

    A wonderful image! I can’t wait!!

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