Haiku For March 2022

It is March; there are whispers of the coming spring. Rumors abound concerning the warmth to come. Any ice that remains begins to melt, even in the shadowy, north-facing hollows. A few buds are swelling.

Update: I know I should have posted this earlier in the month when the temperatures were cooler, but life doesn’t always go as expected. Although we had snow less than a week ago, the buds previously mentioned are now blooming. I claim poetic license.

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