Thursday, March 14, 2013

April Snow

Carpe Diem #144 (End of Snow)


April's fickleness
Pink blossoms
tease fate






Photo credit: http://angeladigiovanni.com

13 comments:

  1. April's fooled again :)
    Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Made me smile :-) April can be such a tease!

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  3. aloha Maggie - with the human attributes in this ku, April becomes human for me as a woman's name in this, which brings an interesting interpretation/meaning to the ku.

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  4. "April," wrote T.S. Eliot, "is the cruellest month."

    Last Snowflake

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  5. Thank you, everyone, for your comments! Woke up to find you here. So lovely!

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  6. excellent point about the other side of Spring's sneakiness!

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    1. I was once married the end of April. Anniversaries were everything from bundle up cold and rainy to beautiful Spring day. Now have anniversary in July. Will always be warm ♥

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  7. yes those beautiful buds wave in the breeze as they tease

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  8. That is what the blossoms do! Hihi! :-) Nice. They believe in themselves.

    You told me on my blog you cannot change font on your blog. I too have experienced that. Sometimes the editing program of Blogger stops working. I don't know why. To me it is not a problem since I am able to manipulate the html of the blog. But if you cannot do that the only way is to change layout (choosing template) and start all over again. Then, in my experience, the editing tools will work. But that is some work, of course. You must start on scratch again.

    I think the font you have is very nice. It is not very common to use Georgia in blogs and it gives the impression you are serious.

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    1. Sorry I am just seeing this now. Thank you so very much for your comment as well as responding to my font frustration! I appreciate your opinion of Georgia. It's usually my favorite font but thought haiku would look cool in different font. Have come to accept Georgia as I don't wish to change templates. And I am serious about my haiku ;-)

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  9. beautiful! so vivid and refreshing feelings i get from your words!

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    1. Thanks, Adriana! Must turn on email notification of comments. So happy I found an image to match what I wrote :)

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