#PoetryDay – 83

New Life

The sun breaks through the clouds
The flower through the ground
The meadow becomes lush
The first bees buzz around

The air is smelling different
The days are so much longer
Birds are chirping happily
Spring is around the corner

Oh, what a boost of energy
Perceiving all of this
Suddenly I recognize
How much it had been missed

In Love and Light

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It does do that Erika, that feeling of missing its growth, the chirping in the air, the warmth on our skin, the many out and about instead of buried inside alone. You have my best wishes and blessing in all this seasons new growth…while its my turn to shiver and shake 🀣
A beautiful poem dear lady, enjoy that new life and opening like a flower πŸ˜€β€οΈπŸ™πŸ½

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Thankfully our winter averages daytime temps 12-14C but overnight will go down enough to give a frost or two at minus 1 or 2C. Mind you, I’m on the coast. Those in the mountains get it to drop and play in the snow. And they have now said our ‘la nina’ of wet weather and flooding everywhere has finally finished but seems to be going straight into ‘el nino’ of no rain and drought and winter weather where you can almost still wear shorts and t-shirts…almost πŸ€£β€οΈπŸ™πŸ½

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It is similar over here. We have this warm storm happening at times in winter which can rais the temps up to 20 Β°C. Basically we are suppposed to have temps between -10 and +5 Β°C during winter but for years we are above the average and have barely snow anymore – at least not that much as we were used to. This year were only two or three sneezes of snow that were gone again within hours.

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