Spring might well be late this year, but then it was last year, too. Perhaps we should be getting used to it, even though some lessons are not easy to learn.
|Happy Spring bee ... Bees are probably impatient as humans for Spring to settle in. Photo by Mona Eendra on Unsplash, with many thanks to both|
Of course, we should be positive and not say what it might be like. And here to help is a product of the gifted pen of poet Robert Graham.
Regular visitors here may remember that Robert named his favourite poem yesterday, and promised to let readers know which of his own creations he likes best.
Before that disclosure, here's one of his about last year's version of this elusive season, a verse that I really enjoy. I hope you will, too.
Thanks to the shops selling them, and thanks to our gardens for displaying them. Daffodils. What better or more lovely reminder of Spring? Thanks to Robert for this prompt.
So forgive the daffodils in June
It takes strength to throw winter over your shoulder,
- Robert Graham
Robert's website, HealingGardens dot click, is here ⇒⇒
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