New Growth ~ haiku Written by Ellen Grace Olinger repotted plant seems settled now new leaves growing Image courtesy of wpclipart. Like this:Like Loading... 24 thoughts on “New Growth ~ haiku” That is so lovely as we think about spring 🙂 LikeLike Thank you, Judy! LikeLike Settling is good isn’t it? I liked the imagery. LikeLike Hi Kris, Yes, settling is good. Thanks. LikeLike This is the perfect start to my week. Thanks Ellen! LikeLike Dear Heather, What a lovely thing to say, thank you! LikeLike love it! LikeLike Dear haiku homestead, Thank you, and what a great name! LikeLike It’s always a blessing to see the new growth after repotting, that once again, it survived my gardening attempts. LikeLike Hi Patti, Thank you–I surely understand your comment! LikeLike Certainly a good sign my friend! Margie LikeLike Hi Margie, It surely is, so wonderful! Thanks. LikeLike Nice haiku. Even nicer when taken as a metaphor for life. Gotta love poetry. LikeLike Dear Yousei, Thank you for your kind words. “Gotta love poetry.” So true! LikeLike Thank you for visiting my blog and introducing me to yourbeautiful blog – so many wonderful posts to read I can’t possibly leave comments on them all. I’l be back. LikeLike Hi Libby, You are welcome, and I’ll be back to visit your blog again too. Thank you for your kind thoughts! LikeLike Looking toward spring! LikeLike Yes indeed! We have long cool springs, here by Lake Michigan. A distinct season. I may try some photography myself! Thank you. LikeLike This is a great season for repotting, and finding another house plant to add to our indoor gardens. I just bought a Crown of Thorns. LikeLike Beautiful. Thanks, Margaret! LikeLike Lovely. 🙂 LikeLike Thank you, Robin. LikeLike This is a wonderful haiku–exceptional–has great personal meaning for me, so thank you very much!! God bless you abundantly. LikeLike Dear Caddo, Thank you very much too. I am grateful for your words, and so glad this haiku has personal meaning for you. God’s blessings back to you! LikeLike Comments are closed.