Today the snow seeps back into the ground – a lovely situation. I saw the first two white crocus. They coordinate with the leftover lawn snow. Some years I see purple crocus in February, not this year – too cold. But now spring looks me in the eyes.
I’m writing a little, a lot, sometimes not—sticking with the Goddard Syllabus. There’s never a dull moment here. A pile of delicious books wait for any stray hours—haven’t found those hours yet—I might steal some, though.
The Louise Bogan Poets look to their April 14th, “Read a Favorite Poem Night.” All are welcome as usual. This is the fifth year for this April event at the Lunenburg, MA Library. Also we are quite excited about the MSPS quarterly meeting to be held here May 10. This first time event in North Central Massachusetts is usually held north of Boston. It’s open to the public. Please come.
Write a spring poem without saying spring or naming any flowers.