Twenty-fourth Saturday, from Rancho Obsesso

On pawlonia,

No blossoms. After the storm,

They’re carpetting yard.

Thin alium stalks

Wave round tips. They’ll bloom purple

As soon as there’s sun.

Cardinal calls mate,

Listens through birdsong racket,

Hears faint answer, flies.

And yet more haiku.

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