Monday, May 6, 2013

warm spring

browse line
a distinct line
on the hedgerows
where the deer
heavy deer population
(remember those ticks?)
reach to browse
the trees are racing
to leaf out
blossoms everywhere
 fence line maze
so green
so fast
and there were two of these
 two of these, too 
why did i find them
on the roadside?

 there are new ones
i counted nine
 summer weather these 
past few spring days


aimee said...

i noticed here, too, how quickly the kozo suddenly grew and sprouted their mitten leaves! the images are stunning.

Valerianna said...

That's quite a deer-graze line! And milk weed pod- leftovers?

leFiligree said...

ive never seen a graze line. how fascinating! thanks for sharing

Ms. said...

The quickening has exploded upon us...a great sense of urgency...perhaps to make up for the late start.

Velma Bolyard said...

aimee, i need to have kozo here!!!!!
valerie, it's everywhere! and very distinct.
joni, our whitetail population is artificially and precariously high, causing this, and now lyme disease here
ms, urgency is definitely the word--

jude said...

it is nice here

Velma Bolyard said...

lovely and warm despite my lack of enthusiasm!

Anonymous said...

trillium sightings always give me a thrill! we have a few in the woods behind our house.

Velma Bolyard said...

there's lots of white trillium at the new place, too.

neki desu said...

my terrace potted garden has burst into life too.
lovely orange blossom scent.

Barry said...

V- such abundance to rejoice in. B

Velma Bolyard said...

neki, orange isn't happening here just yet.
barry, it's a spring that feels very special. i guess they all do.

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