Thursday, February 5, 2015


It's another Poetry Friday. I'm scheduled to host the first Friday in March. My first time hosting. Can anyone say tension headache? I might run and hide under the bed. :-) I have another haiku for today. After all, it IS Haiku month. Feedback ALWAYS welcome. Thanks for stopping by and reading. 


Springtime peeping through
brilliant butter daffodils
clusters spray the fields

Pop over to Elizabeth Steinglass and see the other poems.

26 comments:

  1. Springtime is here! I can just smell those beautiful daffodils. :)

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  2. Spring will be always beautiful and it is welcome with beautiful poem~

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  3. so lovely! I can feel spring coming through despite all this snow! it's all in the angle in the sun, I always say :)

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  4. Great haiku; we are all looking forward to spring and your poem brings us one moment closer!

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  5. Lovely poem, Robyn! Hosting is fun. A tip is to put your post up Thursday night and spend all of Friday putting links from comments into your blog. Or do you have a linky list thingy?

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    1. Thanks, Catherine! I so appreciate that. So maybe I NEED the Linky List. What say you, pal?

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  6. Lovely haiku, Robyn! I like that breath of spring on this dreary day. As for hosting, I have used MrLinky, which is easy to set up, or Liz is using InLinkz today, which lets everyone put in an image. That is fun! Both of those widgets make it easier for the host to keep up. It's kind of fun to collect links in the comment section of your post and write them up in your blog if you have the time during the day. Either way everyone really appreciates your effort and you will have fun!

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  7. Such a few words to say so much! Great poem :-)

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  8. Testing testing 123 ;) http://www.catherinemjohnson.com/?p=8394#comments

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  9. Spring! Oh take me there! Another foot of snow coming my way. Loved this haiku.

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  10. You will be an awesome hostess, Rob! You're Robyn - how could you not be? :) And I love your haiku! It makes me think of spring... of which I am longing for...! :)

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  11. Love it! All I can think is, "I wish!" No sign of springtime here.

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  12. Lovely and with the freezing temperatures outside visions of spring are most welcome. Thanks! :)
    ~Jess

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  13. I can see those daffodils! You'll be hosting on my birthday :-) Don't worry -- I'm sure you'll do a great job!

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  14. Lovely haiku -- can just picture those butter daffodils -- the only flowers that will grow in our yard (the deer eat everything else). :)

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  15. I especially like the third line and the ambiguity of the word spray. I'm sure you'll be a great host come March!

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  16. Hi Robyn .. loved the haiku - especially the butter daffodils ...

    "Springtime peeping through
    brilliant butter daffodils
    clusters spray the fields"

    The daffs are in the shops ... the crocuses are peeping out, as too the snowdrops ... wonderful Spring is on its way ...

    Cheers Hilary

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  17. So happy you stopped by my blog for a Blitz! Glad to meet another Poetry Friday poet!
    Gotta love those daffy-o-dillies! But unfortunately we are in the midst of yet another snowstorm. It will be a while before the crocus and daffodil blossoms can peek above our 2+ feet of snow!
    mainelywrite.blogspot.com

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  18. Lovely! This time of year is the best, and you captured it so well.

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  19. Well, we could use a little of this now as it is snowing like crazy here! Already have more than half a foot, with more to come. Thanks for warming me up a bit. You are a poetry genius. I can always count on you, sweet amigo friend! :)

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  20. You're an excellent poet, don't-cha-know it? Bravo, I love it! I live for spring and summer. It was about 80 degrees here today! Such a gorgeous day! You'll be the hostess with the mostest come March 1st!

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  21. Great poem! I love the succinctness of Haiku. I love that it forces writers to focus on images to make a point. I can definitely feel spring coming in your poem! Best of luck with hosting next month. :)

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