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April 24

among reed grass
hazel spreads her pleated leaves
these summer skirts

Comments on: "April 24" (7)

  1. Your imaginings are so beautiful… brings to mine catholic school plaid skirts but oh so much more delightful.

  2. I looked up your plant… and it looks similar to one of mine, but they are different:

    ‘Witch-hazel looks somewhat like Forsythia, but instead of having long drooping shoots, they are handsome, upright, vase-shaped shrubs on their way to becoming small trees. Witch-hazel gets its name from the Old English term β€œwiche,” which means bendable or flexible.’

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