P – Week 4 Poem – “Kentucky Spring: haikus”

Kentucky Spring: haikus


White butterfly flits

among the wildflowers and

trash, pausing to rest.


Purple tree among

the green, standing alone and

proud to be unique.


Cardinal couple

and their bachelor friend in the

rain, hunt for fat worms.


White blossoms, where did

you go? You were with me for

a week, then spring charged.


Woodpecker keeps time

between explosions at the

coal mine. Peck, peck, BOOM!


Fat bumblebee floats

to me, but I am not a

flower, bumblebee!

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