Lime colored leaves
tremble on spindly
spring on the
neighbor’s dying cottonwood.
What a beautiful fresh new blog. I like the small stones concept, may try doing some from time to time. Good luck on your new endeavor.
Thank you for your comment and good wishes, Mary. It’s so nice to see you here.
So glad you’re on WP because now I can subscribe (I don’t understand RSS feeds). Really pleased to hear you’re thinking of moving over from Blogwhatever.
I like your short poems; quite a change from all of yours I’ve read before.
Thanks Tilly. The flu and a road trip kept me away from the computer a few days. I think I’m up and running again now. It was nice to logon and see you here. welcome.
You’re followers are growing! All it takes is some good poetry and a simple system!
I could ‘see’ that rree. Why is it dying?
Thank you Viv for your kindness. The tree is old, and has several dead branches. One of them dangles above our driveway. Everytime a strong wind blows, I move my car for fear it will crash down onto it. The nebighbors don’t seem too worried.
In European law you have the right to cut such a branch if it’s over your property, having asked nicely first, of course, for the sake of good neighbour-relations!
Nice. Shameless plugging is good sometimes. 😉 Looking forward to reading more.
Thank you Yousei, for your visit and kindness.
so glad you’re jumping in the river!
Me too. Thanks Angie!
Thanks Margo. This should prove to be an excellent writing exercise.
Nice. I like this one. Spindly is a great word and lime a vivid image.
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