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snowdrops and raindrops

Spring came to the Northeast United States early this year. By mid February daffodils were 6 inches high, tulip shoots were starting, rose bushes were getting new shoots, and early spring flowers were blooming. I was walking a path in a small wood near a stream on a foggy drizzly morning, the kind of day that inspired James Joyce to write “This is the forest primeval,” when I spotted these snow drops.



One response

  1. one of the first to arrive and signal spring


    March 6, 2012 at 7:52 AM

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