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March Melt

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Canada geese scouts
a fly-by, low formation
the ice melt cometh

 

© 2017 S. Michaels
Portmanteau | Haiku

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Author: LightWriters

Faith child. Poet. Photo-buff.

9 thoughts on “March Melt

  1. We have masses of Canadian Geese in our park with the lake (love those noble birds) — but no ice to melt in so. California.

  2. I am waiting for all the birds to return south.

    • 🙂 Seeing Canada geese returning to Canada’s mid west a couple weeks ago is the earliest on record for them apparently. They are harbingers of Spring, but we expect -minus temps to remain for another 3 – 4 weeks, with a slow melt and above zero off and on… and then at last… Springtime! 🙂

      • I’m from Minnesota and havn’t seen many yet, but I do see a few ducks once in a while swimming in the creek and where the ice has melted on the ponds.

        • Oh, you’re a direct ‘due south'(southeast) neighbour of us in Manitoba. I spotted five Canada geese doing a fly-by, looking for open water, but it’s all ice and snow mounds here. Expect above zero this weekend, so maybe they plan to hang around and shall ‘will’ the ice to go! 🙂

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