Saturday, March 17, 2012

almost Spring

sun rises above the trees

today I saw the crocuses but I think they bloomed yesterday. And I heard the peepers for the first time though others heard them the day before.


The Earth is soft, not squishy but ready.

The warm gentleness of these new days just after daylight savings is a gift. I think it might get cool again for a bit and I am sure that we will have weird and perhaps terrible weather this season, but I am looking forward to spring.

blooming maple

It’s odd sometimes how the equinoxes seem the least balanced because there is such an aliveness of activity. And yet the action of sun rising or setting is somehow held for a moment timeless.

sunrise with second sunrise phantom

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