26 comments on “Spring

  1. rheumatologe says:

    It’s an odd feeling that spring is always looking back and forward.

  2. Maggie Grace says:

    Brings back a memory from my 20s and I’m really uncomfortable. lol

  3. and now autumn, not so much. : (

  4. Cathy Tenzo says:

    Reminds me of my last girlfriend 😉

  5. WabiSabi says:

    Youth is wasted on the young! 🙂

  6. jrbsays says:

    If she started charging you after the first few days of spring, you’re well rid of her my friend 😉

  7. Spadoman says:

    Pondering the past in the face of the imminent future. We do this with weather events as well as seasons. Makes me want to just sit, with a cup of coffee of course, and contemplate what I’ve done with my summer.


  8. WabiSabi says:

    A second chance to read your words does not disappoint me! I hope those are some happy memories!

  9. artmusedoga says:

    lovely romantic poem ~ and love the line…’old poet dreaming’ ~ beautiful! ~ thanks, carol, xo

  10. this is a hot one! 🙂

  11. {{ i love this so much
    i cannot even
    you }}

  12. Roz Cawley says:

    But the memories are still sweet? Thoughtful post – thank you.

  13. Lea says:

    I hope I am first in line to read this poet’s musings…

  14. gemma says:

    Autumn and winter are best times for coupling. 🙂

  15. Priti Lisa says:

    maybe, just maybe, the poet isn’t looking back so regretfully…

  16. There are plus and minus of growing olf.

  17. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Well, I suppose a dream is better than nothing! 😉

    Haiku My Heart Broken Things

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