Flowers, Spring

When the magnolia starts to bloom, snow falls in quantities thick enough to freeze the blossoms and buds.

When the magnolia starts to bloom, if there is no snow, rain falls in quantities heavy enough to crush the blossoms and buds.

This year, the rain came early and the buds laughed.

The magnolia bloomed.

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1 Response to Flowers, Spring

  1. Dale Barnard says:

    Looks like spring has hit in Ohio!

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