Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku


Lush sprouting hedgerow

the tender lime green hawthorn’s

bright new leaves of spring



13 thoughts on “Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku

  1. Yay! 🙂 🙂 Beautiful shot of the hawthorn and I love the lushness, Gilly! Here’s to Spring! We seem to have temporarily lost it up our way but I live in hope of the drab lifting. 🙂 Happy Thursday to you!

  2. Spring! The hope of things to come. Hawthorn is also called ‘bread and cheese’ I remember my grandmother saying that the young leaves go very well in a Ploughman’s lunch! A REAL ploughman’ lunch, that is 😆. I’ve never tried it, though.

  3. A beautiful image and haiku, showing me what’s in store for me. Warsaw trees are in the stage of early budding. As a southern hemispherean I’m delighted by bareness – admittedly on a sunny day so far.

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