3 New Spring Poems

In three weeks we’ll say goodbye to spring. I’d like to savor the coolness before the heat moves in. Three new poems in the name of Spring:

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Bumble bee  Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

Afternoon

Yellow pollen
soft breeze
chicks chirp
buzz bees

under trees
kids play
jet seas
all day

 

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Oak leaf  Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

 

Oak

The wind waves the leaves
rustling boughs above the street
wrestling the giant.

 

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Purple bearded iris  Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

 

Flowering

Red tulips are gone
purple iris in their stead
peonies so soon…

 

That’s my essence of spring. How do you mark the changing of the seasons?

Gracias for reading Fake Flamenco, clicking Like and commenting! ¡Olé! –Rebecca

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Red Bleeding Heart Flower Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
Rebecca Cuningham

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