Six Word Fridays: bare


looking upon trees, branches shivered bare

from Wind gusting its boastful breeze

makes me impatient for verdant spring

leaves rustling from Wind’s touch still

but this time, a gentle caress

where the trees sing in response

awoken from a cold winter’s nap

Weeping cherry tree - the name belies how happy the photo makes me. LOL

Big snow storm heading to Ottawa today…I want spring to come instead.Β 

For more Six Word Friday gems, head over to Melissa’s blog.

* Tree image – credit toΒ Loren SztajerΒ via Flickr.

8 Responses to “Six Word Fridays: bare”

  1. Pix at Under the Oaks

    I am ready for Spring too! But the weather is misbehaving in MissouREE today and trying to imitate winter! And I read your BIO and I love a Thanksgiving kind of dinner any old time too but it has to have my homemade noodles! A lovely Six Word Friday!

    • melgallant

      Ha! Missouri can’t be too bad if you have a photo of feet frolicking in the ocean. In February. Not fair, I say. Not fair. πŸ™‚

      Thanks for commenting and for the turkey dinner camaraderie. There’s more of us out there. I know it. πŸ˜‰

  2. Sara

    The canal is officially closed and there are birds everywhere. I think nap time is over πŸ™‚

  3. Ayala

    Sweet and lovely, Mel. Have a great weekend πŸ™‚

  4. melissa

    The weeping cherry is lovely!

    One of the trees in my backyard decided to bloom this week. I’m allergic. Go away, fake spring! Once a year is all I can handle. πŸ˜‰

  5. pattisj

    I like the weeping cherry trees, too. Hope the bad weather leaves you alone.

  6. dogear6

    I love your picture! My Six Word Friday was similar too re the bare trees now leafing out nearly TWO MONTHS EARLY. This is just way too soon.



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