Always near

So fellow travelers, we bid farewell to an Old Yankee Man this week.

I say “we” because fellow farmie Lisa Dingle has shared him so graciously with us in her wonderful blog. I have been thinking of her and her family a great deal these days as they weather his passing together.   This morning as  the morning sun peered through dissipating rain clouds, a single random tulip caught my eye.  I grabbed my camera and took several photos.

The haiku followed when I noticed the heart in one of the shots.

solotulipEdit

Bright solo blossom

finding joy in randomness

Love is always near.

 

Walk gently upon the path my friends and may adventure find you ready

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