Springtime, I think…
As the mild winter ends, we’re still getting some snow, which is a sting for the bees and their blossoms…
But a few signs make me think of things, and remind me embrace the environment.
Spring Should be Here.
The blackbird has deemed
It propitious this St. Pat’s
To screw the snow and sing.
Sometimes when the traffic signal stops us
Those sixty seconds
Bring the most serenity to our day.
Too often taking a few minutes
To scribble down some new words,
Staring at the screen and soaring
In our imagination, but not taking
Time to just sit and watch the world;
Interacting with the environment,
Embracing our ecology.
Posted on March 22, 2016, in Ecology, poetry, Uncategorized, Writing and tagged bees, blackbird, blossoms, ecology, environment, haiku, poem, poems, relaxing, Saint Pat's, Saint Patrick's Day, spring, springtime, taking stock, thinking. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.