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morning sun
startles the ground hog ~
still winter

sun and shadow

me and my dog









In celebration of National Haiku Month (the shortest month for the shortest poem!) my daily poems will be in the form of Haiku.   A haiku a day – want to play?  🙂

Here’s a fun fact for the day:  apparently Ground Hog’s Day began with Candlemas ~
I don’t know the author of this rhyme, but it fits with the day:
If Candlemas Day be fair and bright,
winter will have another flight;
but if it be dark with clouds and rain,
winter is gone, and will not come again.

Well, looks like more winter here ~ wherever you are, I wish you spring-like vibes, regardless of what the ground hog says!