My eyes swell from the super bloom:
yellow, gold, and orange wildflowers.
It started from an extended rainfall,
followed by a hot spell.
All the flowers bloomed at once.
Nature rejoiced. The hummingbirds sipped
the nectar of the colorful cocktail.
No more frozen toes and cold hands.
No more bundled-up in flannels and cords.
But paradise comes with a cost.
Nature carries its own disclaimer.
Watery eyes and a stuffy, aching head.
Spring is here, too soon.
yes…….we do pay a price for all of that beauty! 🙂 lovely poem.
Gorgeous! I hear you on the hay fever though 🙂
Pollen, ragweed, hay fever—you name it.
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Thank you. 🙂
I know that feeling!
It’s so ironic. Beauty outside. Misery inside.
So very true!
“But paradise comes with a cost.”
~ So true, Mark. As with everything good in life.
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You must have allergies, too, Mitch. 🙂
My sympathies. 🙂
Yeah.those all are miracles of the Nature.beautifully written”the hummingbirds sip the nectar of the colourful cocktail…….watery eyes and a stuffy,aching head…..”marvellous dear🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹
Thank you, Aruna.
Thank you, Nika
Very nice. Loved it
Thank you, Rupali.
Great verse and photo, My Friend!!
Thank you, RR!!