Friday, April 26, 2019

Poetry Friday: first green flare

Yesterday's page from "A Year of Tiny Pleasures" calendar. 

I can't stop thinking about spring poems and feeling spring-y.

Spring is gloriously, finally, truly-madly-deeply here. We can get outside, walk, breathe, not freeze, feel a breeze, believe in promises again.

Enjoy the promise of this lovely little piece by Sidney Wade, and then visit the Poetry Friday round-up at Carol Varsalona's Beyond LiteracyLink.


first green flare
by Sidney Wade

makes
the air

quiver
and dart

the throat
ache

(Read the rest here, at Poets.org)

9 comments:

jama said...

Such a lovely, lyrical poem, Karen. Thanks for sharing. We're happy to see green back on our trees. :)

tanita✿davis said...

Ooh, what a cute calendar!
Every day I check the leaves on the tree in front of my office window, and each day, a few more open. Good old April.

Cheriee Weichel said...

Thank you Karen. What a gorgeous poem. I appreciate the introduction to Sidney Wade's poetry.

Carol Varsalona said...

Karen, your introductory remarks on your blog are so springy that my heart wants to fly out into the springtime air. But wait, it's raining outside so I will stay cuddled inside reading more poetryliscious poetry. Spring is here!

Linda B said...

Oh, I love that calendar page and the poem, the 'quiver and dart' is just right, isn't it! Thanks, Karen!

Mary Lee said...

Spring is indeed in full-blown miracle mode. I can't get enough of it!!

Kay said...

Yea for spring and for poems to celebrate it even more!

Ruth said...

Thanks for sharing this lovely poem! I'm so happy for you that spring finally arrived! (My daughter had snow again over the weekend.)

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