The Purposefulness of Springtime


Sap runs silent. Pussywillows opening. Steel rivers collide, breaking into a thousand pieces. Driftwood lands on muddy banks. Geese wait on the pond’s icy edge.

Sun warmer today,
impossible to hold back
future or change past

©2021 S. Michaels
As The Crow Flys – Haibun

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2 thoughts on “The Purposefulness of Springtime

  1. You make me think, I having just returned from my 800 Garden, and all that I think is . . . Good, Free, the chains of Winter releasing, and so much more = “The Purposefulness of Springtime.”

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