IT IS THE SEASON TO SEE THE HIGHLY COVENANTED “WHITE SNOW FLOWER”; rarely seen but in onset of early Spring.

16 Nov
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I saw a highly covenanted pillowing white snow flower; which only appears at certain times of the winter year.

It is constructed in early Spring weather; and blooms with a light fluffy white snow fall which forms on the end of a cluster of small new growing plant limbs; on, last years new branch sprouts.

“You know” on the end of a tree’s limb; due, to last years end of branch new sprouts catching the freshly fallen snow in the up-side-down arch that forms due to tree limb new growth fracturing and reaching for the Spring sun.

They begin their lives in the up-side-down arches of clusters of last year’s new end of branch new sprout growth in a sun shinny fresh snow spring storm.

These, clusters of last years new branch sprouts; all, fighting for their survival from a harsh winter.

All sharing their beginning and lives with the lightest of white snows that fall on them in early April and May.

These light delicate pillowing white snow flowers that appear to look as freshly picked cotton balls; sitting, on a stem and do not bloom long; as the warming days and warming winds melt them mostly / always by days end.

“Look out your window.” “There is one now.”  And; then, it is gone by it’s melting by bright shinning Sun.

As, I returned later that day to my residence I noticed that the highly covenanted light white pillowing snow flowers were gone.

But, not picked; all that was left was the up-side-down arches and clusters of the last years end of branch new sprout reaching for the sun.

And, “tears” made of snow.

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One Response to “IT IS THE SEASON TO SEE THE HIGHLY COVENANTED “WHITE SNOW FLOWER”; rarely seen but in onset of early Spring.”

  1. Reblogged this on soule2017mayor: Lewiston / Auburn News Rebuttal and commented:

    POEM: HIGHLY COVENANTED SNOW FLOWER .

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