"Be obscure clearly." ~E.B. White
Simple, yet hope-filled!Not a Wisp of Green
love the title! the cycle of renewal is nature's most precious gift...
Love the title and haiku...a beautiful expression of spring's rebirth
I LOVE this!!!!!
Perfect pix. Those little leaves look so full of determination and energy - suits the verse well
wow ... green depicting creation ... lovely thought !!!
Very beautiful nature haiku!
This is so beautiful! I enjoyed readin this immensely Patti :)Peekaboo with the moon!
Lovely metaphor here...
love me some new hope...like new life...like spring...
Where there is hope there is life! It keeps things alive. Nice thoughts Patti!Hank
Lovely haiku! Hard to imagine that feeling just now with our high summer heat and just-broken drought, but I look forward to it all the same. Thanks for dropping by my place!
Clever title. Spring is coming.
Love the idea of "winter's frozen womb"! Delightful!
I love the title of this poem. It is the essence of spring.
I love the line:seed of winter's frozen womb
oh nothe snow
Like this very much :)
Wonderful. I love the positive message of your haiku. Here's to hope, always.
I love it, Patti. I don't know what you wrote ages ago, but the fix-up is a delicious haiku.Last winter I wrote "The pregnant earth", a poem in Spanish - La tierra preñada -, about how life is growing under the snow:http://donaene.blogspot.com.es/2012/02/la-tierra-prenada.htmlIn just three rich lines you have resumed the idea wonderfully. Your Blog is a nice place to find beauty and tenderness, I'll come back.Thanks for sharing.:)
That first line is killer with the grass springing skyward. What a joyful image. Fills me with hope!!!
I like the hope that is born anew ~
hope is born anew.pleasant and promisinglines. wonderful..:)In Glory and Pain, We Become Writers
Thoughts? I would love to hear from you.