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Thursday, April 08, 2010

Weather Alert for 3WW and NaiSaiKu

Three Word Wednesday offers the following words: saturate, deviate, identify    My response is a NaiSaiKu Challenge     Come play along with these fun memes!





Weather Alert

mid-April blizzard
saturates the spikes of green
deviates from hope
eyes can't identify spring
deviate from hope
spikes of green saturated
by April blizzard

 
 
 
 
 
Unprocessed digital photo.
 
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18 comments:

ThomG said...

eastern SoDak so far has been spared this fate. But the month's still early. Good stuff.

Aayushi Mehta said...

Well phrased! :)

Thomma Lyn said...

Well done! I know about those April blizzards -- had a few of them here, too, in years past. Spring is on its way! :)

Ann (bunnygirl) said...

Blizzards, April or otherwise, are never a danger where I live, but April cold snaps have ruined my father's apricots for the past three years. I'm so hoping for apricots when go visit this year, so I'll pretend your poem is for someone else. :-)

Stan Ski said...

April is the only month that can range from polar to tropical - in UK at least.

Wendy Naisa said...

Phew, those April blizards are killing me, nicely thought through!

aka Andy Sewina

Dee Martin said...

loved the poem but no blizzards please :) I'm enjoying the sun right now!

dana said...

I love this weather alert! Thank you for your visit and kind comments!

snapperoni said...

What challenging words to work with.

blizzards...i like the ice cream kind better...

Short Poems said...

I love your line of thought here :)

Marinela xx

Megha said...

Nice. Hope there are no blizzards :)

We can only bope, nothing can stand before Nature.

lv2scpbk said...

Nice photo and poem.

gautami tripathy said...

Great verse!

waves of oceans in my glass

Greyscale Territory said...

Love how the poem in its very structure becomes a "flash back cycle", reflecting the images in the poem!

geeta said...

lovely thought woven in beautiful words...
liked it...

Amity said...

A Naisaiku...wow...:))

A difficult form of poetry!

Wish I could write one someday...:))

Jay Thurston said...

How Old Man Winter can be so reluctant to let go...

Great work, captures the clash of seasons well!

one more believer said...

it's the simpliest of things one enjoys the most... you make that form seem so easy!!! repairable repartee