27 February 2009

Winter, Over

Blue sky, clear cold air.
And the seeds in my heart are
beginning to sprout.

33 comments:

  1. beans beans
    they're good for your heart
    the more you eat
    the more you fart.

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  2. i'm sorry. I just COULDN'T resist. it's the FIRST thing that popped into my head.

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  3. It is true, the clear cold air is lovely.

    But the seeds in my heart? I hope they sprout, it's about time.

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  4. the more you fart the better you feel
    so eat your beans at every meal!

    And I'm all for this winter being over. I'm over IT!! :)

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  5. way to ruin it Vodka Mom. Way to go.

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  6. Maybe I'm a little slow here, but I don't get it. . . is you heart sprouting beans? Because I love bean sprouts. . .

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  7. short and sweet, gotta love it.

    Is it REALLY over? I'm not buyin it...

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  8. VM: (laugh) You naughty girl.

    Mo: It sure is, and I am ready for the sprouts.

    Kathy: testimony, out there!

    Panic Room: It was funny in a twisted sort of way.

    lizspin: (laugh) No, not bean sprouts.

    Petra: Thanks! And not all seasons are outside in the world...

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  9. Lovely haiku, dear, but methinks you need to see a specialist if your heart is sprouting seeds.

    I second the vote for bean sprouts.

    (Sorry - Vodka Mom started it!!)

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  10. Okay, this one went to crappola in a split second, no?
    Hey Irish Gumbo, you're looking pretty hot these days. Did you get your hair did? Momma like :)
    Thanks........you guys all made me laugh!!
    Yall take good care and........

    Steady On
    Reggie Girl

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  11. I'm so ready for winter to be gone! But I'm afraid we'll most likely get another hit or two of winter. My daffodils are trying to come up!

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  12. Inspired Haiku
    Will lead you to contemplate
    So much, Grasshopper.

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  13. mmmm... bean sprouts. yum.

    and NEVER say winter is over. cause as soon as you do? a cold front comes and freezes your buds. and then they don't bloom. and that sucks.

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  14. Here's to a little fertilizer on your sprouts Irish. Sending some tropical sunshine too. Ho! You saw that? I believe a little flower is budding up as well.

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  15. Hello there this is
    my Response to your haiku:
    Write a song instead!

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  16. It's been spring-like here for a while. The daffodils are in full bloom. I'm so ready for a new beginning!

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  17. I hope spring is around the corner. When I look outside today, I don't see it through the rain. But it was a delightful 48 degrees during my afternoon in the city. So there's hope.

    Hope your heart sprouts a wonderful seed of spring!

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  18. Definitely time for those seeds to sprout!!

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  20. all of you with spring?
    you can just go and bite me.
    i need some sunshine.

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  21. Mmm, bean sprouts in a bowl of pho... what were we talking about here?

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  22. how very inspiring!!!
    then I went and read Vodka Mom's comment and I laughed my a** off!

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  23. Man I'm feeling here too in NH. Full of life!
    Heart seeds sprouting all over the place!

    I can't wait for spring and new life!

    Peace -Rene

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  24. weve been experiencing this cold clear air for awhile, I am not anticipating the hot sticky air to come... =(

    But it's definitely nice to start fresh, huh?

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  25. Jan: thank you! and yes, VM did...

    MMMR: Thank you...I think :)

    Joanie: Me, too!

    Braja: Thinkin' outside the box(ers) :)

    CG: I am aiming for the pebble...

    CPM: I flirt with danger.

    PHST: Yes, it is!

    Only Aman: Touche, good sir! I like it!

    MIW: The spring graces me.

    MD: Yay!

    BMA: Cheers!

    Belle: I agree. :)

    SK: Smart aleck :)

    ocean: thank you and cheers!

    Pamela: Good one!

    Captain: Soup?

    OAM; thank you.

    CDD; It's both!

    NTR: Me neither.

    IAG: Yes, it is!

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  26. i know what seeds you are talking about

    oldman irish

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  27. last week I wanted to write a haiku about ambivalence, but there were too many syllables.
    you've inspired me to re-think this conundrum.

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  28. i hope it's not bean sprouts, 'cause i'm allergic to thems.

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  29. dad: You do?

    bryn: Happy to be of help, madam.

    mommymae: Nope, not bean sprouts :)

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