Wild Plum

Near the end of Winter

In late February

Jagged wild plum

Branches graced the sky—-

Some seed-pearl buds

of radiant  white,

Appeared in the warm fog  night,

When the weather turned Spring

In a cloud of blossoms

To bring life

To the highest peak—-

To the lowest sprout.

Over the vineyard hills,

the next ocean fog,

Swept through,

Winds rising to scatter

In a flurry, the sight,

while

Gathering on the garden green

Cedar Wax Wings in

Dove gray flashes

hints of red and black

and soft down yellow

Clustered at the pond

Drinking rain water

And eating petals.

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3 Responses to Wild Plum

  1. tara says:

    a vivid and beautiful vision

  2. robin andrea says:

    I agree with Tara. Lovely and soft image of early spring.

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