dVerse — OLN 262 — Nature’s Intuition

“Crocuses and Miniature Daffodils” by Kim Stenberg

Nature’s Intuition

Seedy winter light is here,
A tendril of Spring’s seasoned secret.
Quiet colors lonely brown lichen.
Cold blue frost murmurs how long;
Bee breeze listens and asks when
Nature’s intuition will give bright hymns
Of daffodil and crocus.

Grace is today’s host of dVerse’ Open Link Night.  I used The Oracle for this one.

34 Comments Add yours

  1. Sadje says:

    Beautiful image and a lovely poem

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, Sadje.

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      1. Sadje says:

        You’re welcome 😉

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  2. I think it cannot be far… the crocus is already there. and the daffodils are budding.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      I hope so, Bjorn. Not a peep of either here yet 😦

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  3. I like ‘bee breeze’.
    Funny you say you used the Oracle. I had bees in mine too.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you. I think the Oracle likes to recycle words. They had a similar poem I wrote awhile back with some (all?) of the same words in it:
      https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/131408541/posts/10410

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  4. sanaarizvi says:

    “Quiet colors lonely brown lichen,” is such an evocative image! 💝

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Lichen are never too loud, but at this time of year they get lonely for color. Thank you very much, Sanaa.

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  5. Frank Hubeny says:

    I like the description of those flowers as hymns.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, Frank.

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  6. Glenn A. Buttkus says:

    I’m not familiar with the Oracle, but I liked the poem. It had good energy, rife with gestation and promises of Spring.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      the Oracle is just another name for magnetic poetry. Sounds more mystical and you can say “something” is at work in the random words you are given Thank you, Glenn, glad you liked the poem.

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  7. Sounds like we have good things to look forward to.

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  8. Gina says:

    a beautiful lullaby

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, Gina.

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  9. memadtwo says:

    The daffodils are definitely calling to me right now. (K)

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  10. rivrvlogr says:

    I enjoyed the layers in this.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, Ken.

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  11. Colleen@ LOOSELEAFNOTES says:

    Magical. I was enchanted.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Thank you, Colleen.

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  12. So many good lines, imagery, but I especially liked the description of winter’s light as ‘seedy’. Very nice. And the answer is, soon.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      🙂 Glad you enjoyed the poem and I hope so.

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  13. Grace says:

    I am looking forward to those daffodils and crocus. Bring on – spring!

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  14. rothpoetry says:

    Bee breeze listens and asks when
    Nature’s intuition will give bright hymns
    Of daffodil and crocus.

    Very nicely done Lisa.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Dwight, thank you.

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  15. kim881 says:

    A welcome breath of spring, Lisa! Although it’s a grey start this morning, our garden is blooming with a mix of muted and bright yellows, a splash of purple here and there, and tender greens of buds.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      ❤ sounds heavenly!

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  16. Jedediah Smith says:

    The idea of a “bee breeze” really resonates with me.

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Glad that it does, Jedediah, thank you.

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  17. judeitakali says:

    Beautifully written Jade❤️🌼

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Glad you liked it, Jude, thank you.

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