Unravelling and weaving, sometimes simultaneously


White sky


all along the sidewalks
pink and white
magnolia petals
shiver in puddles

unsure harbingers
of spring

or perhaps
of dying winter

beginning and ending
the same

small boats
with nowhere to go
but around again

(c) RCGA 2015flowers


Comments on: "March" (2)

  1. Lovely images. Some days I’d identify with the petals.


    • It has been so wet lately, and the pink magnolias started out so jaunty, driving home today amidst the falling petals just added to the whole listless feel around here.


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