Every day, a photograph, a poem.
On my daily walk, the lovely sparrow danced in spring’s shadows just ahead of me, no doubt looking for insects. He danced and bobbed and pecked here and there, oblivious to my presence, and like me, enjoyed the cool shadows of this warm spring day.
And so, a poem.
Signs of Spring
Enjoy the cooling shadowsSheri Edwards
from the leaves of spring,
filtering the light of sun,
hiding sparrow’s dancing
for its favorite insect lunch.
A sparrow dances in the shadows for insects on a spring day.
2 thoughts on “Signs of Spring”
What a lovely observation of nature! It’s amazing how even the smallest creatures, like the sparrow, can bring so much joy and inspiration to our daily lives. Your poem captures the essence of spring beautifully, with its references to the cool shadows and the sparrow’s playful dance. And the accompanying photograph is simply stunning. Keep up the great work!
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Oh— thank you so much. Nature in this way returns our calm in a world where many have forgotten to care for one another. Thank you for stopping by.