Posted by: poet kate hutchinson | March 20, 2012

Blog Blooms with the Spring

How appropriate to get the blog up and functional on the first day of Spring — and that a young person helped me do it!  Thanks to my tech-savvy student Daniel for his help today.

I came home to 3 beautiful tulips blooming in the patio flowerpot, from the bulbs that almost got thrown away last fall because I waited too long to plant them.  They began sprouting in my garage in the middle of February and timed their debut for the Equinox…. just nature showing off its brilliance once more.  Spring haiku time!

tiny unfurled bud

of an apple tree blossom

such perfect promise


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  1. Your website looks great! Well done, Kate. Looking forward to seeing your weekly posts.


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