Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Skagit Valley




Skagit Valley Tulips, image:  Wikimedia Commons


end of snow
tulips
inherit the earth


Copyright © 2013 Jennifer Wagner


For Carpe Diem #144.  Every year about this time the Skagit Valley Tulips start doing their thing!

19 comments:

  1. and there's nothing meek about them is there.
    Lovely image and haiku. Thank you for sharing :)

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  2. tulips come
    fiesting deers
    consume it all

    I loved your haiku

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  3. aloha Jennifer - the word "meek comes to mind when i read this. the meek tulip. interesting that it can stand up to winter in this way. cool.

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  4. woohoo! you go tulips....love all the colors and how they go forever in some places.....very nice....

    ha and the deer do the same at my place brudberg

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  5. The Bible says that the meek will inherit the earth, so I suppose tulips are meek?

    Last Snowflake

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  6. ur writing as beautiful as the tulips...amazing picture..GOD<3U

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  7. How amazing it would be to walk through this field!!

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  8. Beautiful pic and the words go beautifully with it :)

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  9. Beautiful haiku and breathtaking vision of tulips!

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  10. spring takes over
    leaving winter to melt away
    in meekness



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  11. Awesome haiku.

    Last snow of winter
    the garden's exploding in colors -
    Tulips blooming

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  12. I like your verb selection - inherit

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  13. SOOOOOOOOOO beautiful. Ours arent out yet - but soon!

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  14. We are awaiting our tulip festival. Lovely haiku.

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  15. so much said in just a few beautiful words!

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