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April 5 Easter Monday

todays firsts
limp fingered gloves
horse chestnut
leaves break free
first bluebells
non native
flower beside daffodils
(C) EPM (septolet)

Comments on: "April 5 Easter Monday" (3)

  1. misfit27 said:

    Like two separate poems… the fingered gloves are wonderful as they break free. The blue in contrast to the daffodils one non-native the other we just assume will always be with us.

  2. Oh lucky you. My bluebells are still all leaf with just the beginnings of a few flower heads beginning to reveal themselves low down among them. (I have both native and non-native in different parts of the garden and am trying to phase out the non-native – hard task!) Most garden daffodils are also non-native though! The more delicate wild (native) daffodils of Wordsworth’s poem only found in a few special places these days. Horse chestnut, like yours, is also unfurling.

  3. Lovely 🥀

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