april ‘ku

Bluebells under trees

Sunshine and showers
the woods are awash
with bluebells

Bluebell close up 
white spring flowers

green everywhere;
a moorhen’s toes!

moorhen on a log in the river

Those two new ‘ku are another excuse to remind you that Poems from the pueblo. Haiku and assorted fragments is available to download free from Amazon until tomorrow.

Today’s photos and words are firmly rooted in central England, while, as the book title suggests, most of the Pueblo pieces were written when I was living in a small town in central Spain. Spring there is rather different – not least in that it’s actually warm!

Outside open windows
blossom clouds the orchard;
my dustpan is full of pollen.

cherry blossom

Author: don't confuse the narrator

Exploring the boundary between writer and narrator through first person poetry, prose and opinion

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