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: Afternoon Yellow pollensoft breezechicks chirpbuzz bees under treeskids playjet seasall day Oak The wind waves the leavesrustling boughs above the streetwrestling the giant. Flowering […]Read more
Do Snowdrops Mean Spring is Here?
Surprise! March 6th is the earliest date for snowdrops on my calendar here in Madison. The previous morning we had clumps of snow, which melted before noon. Happy nearly spring! Gracias for reading Fake Flamenco! ¡Olé! -Rebecca For more photos, see Six Word Saturday!Read more