Green

Trees begin to green,
leaf buds unfurl day by day.
New clothes for spring-time.

Fifty Shades

Fifty shades of green.
Blessings of my lush garden,
oasis of calm.

Late Flush

The recent rains have brought
a late flush of summer green.
Parched earth replenished.
Mother Nature self-restores.

January Joy 26

Finding joy
when it is raining again;
it’s the rain that makes this
such a green and pleasant land.

Wilderness

A wilderness of summer green
provides a screen between
the house, the tamed garden
and the main road,
traffic heard but not seen.

Green Shoots

Green shoots
appear along bare branches;
noticeable at last.

Threads of Gold

Weaving her threads of gold
amongst the green,
Autumn peeps shyly round
the lustrous skirts of Summer.

Shades of Green

Shades of green begin
to cover the bare branches;
trees dress for springtime.

Wet

Rain
turns to snow;
pleasant change.
Green grass turns white.
It won’t stay long though —
ground too wet below.

In-between

In-between seasons;
green leaves jaded, no sign yet
of autumn’s bright hues.

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