Friday, April 5, 2013

Spring Has Sprung



The temperatures rise
Slowly, slowly the snow melts
The sun has returned

Soon, April showers
Will be bringing May flowers
Green grasses and leaves

I'm planning away
A new raised garden for me
and the kiddos too

Peas, lettuce, peppers,
Tomatoes, basil, carrots,
A pumpkin or two

A seed catalog
Keeps me busy for hours
Dreaming of summer



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11 comments:

Mom24 said...

Great job Kat! You really have a flair for this. LOVE that Easter egg, too cute.

Tabor said...

I will bet it feel good to to let out that little poet that has been hiding waiting for spring.

LceeL said...

Love the Haiku. Well done - well written.

Cyndy Newsome said...

Love the haiku and the pics!

Bijoux said...

It's been a good couple of days, hasn't it? Happy spring.....finally!

acreativeharbor.com said...

Lovely set of haiku ~ Gives me a delightful feeling of Spring and family ~ enjoy ^_^

Dawn said...

I'm thinking of gardening right now too. Spring is such a gift after months of cold winter.

lime said...

i'm so anxious for spring to fully arrive.....and stay!

Verna Lantz said...

Yes, indeed. So happy for Spring, right? :D

Elaine Alguire said...

You remind me I want to plant some tomato plants in containers. The kids eat so many!

And your photo at the top of your blog... SO lovely!!

Charmaine said...

Hey from SA :) i know we r but strangers Kat...but i am really happy for u...enjoy Spring glories :)

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