It rained most of the week this week with temperatures reaching into the high 80's.
After the rains, the flowering trees have now faded...the blossoms of the dogwood and cherry trees lay on the ground giving us in the Midwest one last burst of color...not on the trees but on the ground. The loss of the dogwood blossoms has always signaled the end of the transition to Spring for me. With this last dying burst...the landscape turns to the creation of Early
Summer...although not yet official.
I start thinking towards the Summer holidays of Memorial Day and July 4th.
1012 - Fire when ready. - Haiku Horizons prompt: burn *Fire when ready.* Eternal hellfire. Strange for a forgiving God— A contradiction. ◊ Unpredictable— Our heart can burn for...
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