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Haiku: Just Picture It

on April 14, 2018

Winter’s winding down
Tiny buds adorn the trees
Birds are building nests

Cover’s off the pool
Dirty water visible
Mind’s eye sees sun screen

16 responses to “Haiku: Just Picture It

  1. Eric Alagan says:

    Ah yes, for sun and a dip – but first, need to clean out the pool?

  2. JoHanna Massey says:

    Our community pool opened on April 1- and it has been simply wonderful to stretch out on my two dollar plastic raft and float away the afternoon.

    A lovely poem that really catches the anticipation and joy of springs arrival.

    Thank you.

  3. janowrite says:

    I would identify, but for the snowstorm today 🙂 The pool cover is a nice touch. 🙂

  4. Dale says:

    As they call for snow over here… I can only dream of taking the cover off the pool 😉

  5. Christy B says:

    Protecting the skin with sun care lotion is a great idea. xx

  6. Oh yes those feelings of spring

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