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Easter

#Haiku Happenings #14: Kim Russell’s latest #haibun for Carpe Diem!

writing in north norfolk

I remember, as a child, going to Sunday school and receiving a cross made from a palm leaf on Palm Sunday. On Easter Sunday, I would go to church with my grandmother, where I would receive an Easter message in the shape of a cross, usually with a picture of a lamb or spring flowers, and return home to a brightly packaged Easter egg. These days, however, I am content with watching the activity in the garden and relishing the longer days. Although it has been grey and drizzly this Easter, there is a sense of hope in the buds on the willow tree and glossy new leaves on the honeysuckle.

a froth of blossom
tangled in hawthorn bristles
speckled eggs in nests

Kim M. Russell, 2018

Image result for artwork and paintings flowering hawthorn with bird's nestWilliam Henry Hunt, ‘Hawthorn Blossoms and Bird’s Nest’, 1790-1864 – image found on www.vam.ac.uk

My response to Carpe Diem #1401 Easter

It’s Easter and…

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