A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
Ach!! And I was complaining about 40 degrees here in NJ.
Oh, oh, oh. It's getting wearing, isn't it? We're under storm watch again - expecting 4-10 inches before daylight. Nice picture and truthfully elegant words!
Spring is funny like that isn't it? Considering we are not far from the Brecon Beacons, we haven't had anything to stick, thank goodness!
Derbyshire was the same!
Cold but beautiful, we have had the coldest Easter since 40 years.
We even had a bit of snow and sleet. Not a pretty sight on Easter. I will be happy when it is all behind us for awhile. I like your Ku though.
What is happening to the weather?:Dreverently renewed
Poor daffodils! Yet they seem to have survived.
that is a beautiful picture of winter hanging on... easter sunday was a cold rainy day...
I've just posted my picture of Easter Sunday on my blog - back to the warmth of Dorset now!
Brrr its cold for springtime!
I'm glad you got the warmth in the afternoon. You have wonderful flowers blooming. We will. Like in two months.
It is still lovely but I am glad we have it a little warmer! Hope you are blooming soon.
there's no snow in Portugal, but we still waiting for the spring.Well done.
here the apricot blossomis camouflaged with snow& the daffs are on the kitchen tablebest,gwilym
What a fun response to 'spring'. Love it.
I really enjoyed the irony of your poem and the great pictures that showcase just how unpredictable March weather can be.
I would have cried had I awakened to that!
I wish I could feel sorry for you but we got close to 7 inches on Friday.....
Always love a snow image!Enjoyed the image and words on Spring haiku too!
Wonderful photo. I'm living where I doubt I'll ever see snow again (sunny southern California USA), but a good haiga like this one about it I will always appreciate. :-)
Sorry about that snow. Shouldn't it have melted by now?
what sweet irony in your poem!