I don't know why, but I keep thinking cherry blossoms. I've never experienced spring, but your poems makes it sound gentle and lovely.
This is really beautiful! I forget it's becoming Spring there in your corner of the world while mine settles into cold and damp. Hurrah for Spring down under. Especially when it's as romantic as this. E
soft and lightly scented, as spring should be. a lovely haiku.
Oh, too sweet. Love it ...
Eaton, thanks for visiting me. You are one of the few writers of haiku who embrace the Japanese intention of including seasons and nature in the theme. It's not just about counting syllables; the theme is also important. I'm impressed with your writing, especially as forms don't come easily to me.Amy Barlow Liberatore
well put,short but super magical Haiku!Glad to see you blog more and share more.
Oh so sweet. Love it ...