Friday, March 26, 2010

Poetry Tips: Picking Flowers

We’ve finally had a break from colder-than-usual weather and now the birds are chirping and all of the plants look ready to produce blooms. This week I want you to envision Spring and everything in bloom. Write poems about childhood days of picking flowers for your mother, planting gardens, etc. Anything that brings about fond memories of Spring!

Good luck to all who try it, please stop in next week for another featured site…

1 comment:

Tommaso Gervasutti said...

Well, there's the bridal white of the apple-trees and the more intense one of the cherry-trees.
Cheering cherries.

And the sweet fists of rose of the peach blossoms all reminding us of the flavour of a Japanese haiku gesture.

All my best, Davide