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понедельник, 26 марта 2012 г.



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in harmony
warm blue sky
birdsong
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looking with awe
first green buds
miniature
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sad sigh
similar to a prayer
dry leaves.

воскресенье, 25 марта 2012 г.

roses in my garden




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roses
in full bloom
stunning

суббота, 24 марта 2012 г.

Sunset




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at sunset
lake is silvering with
emeralds

среда, 21 марта 2012 г.

End of the winter





white clouds
so similar on
heaps of snow
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end of winter -
dog with white hood
smiling peacefully
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spring sun
snow yet remembers songs
from past

The first spring plants

COLTSFOOT (Tussilago farfara)

Common names: Horsehoof, Coughwort, Bull's Foot and Foalswort.

When our meadows and hills show no sign of spring and the eye just barely notices the swelling of the willow-catkins, the Coltsfoot is the first to appear, sending forth its stalk with the yellow flower.
Wet ground, embankments, wasteland and gravel-pits are covered with blankets of Coltsfoot flowers, which appear long before the leaves. Coltsfoot grows especially well on clay soil. Bees and insects visit it to get their first nectar. These are the first flowers that can be gathered to lay in stock for the coming winter.

With its pectoral and anti-inflammatory qualities Coltsfoot is used successfully for bronchitis, laryngitis, pharyngitis, bronchial asthma and pleurisy, even at the onset of tuberculosis of the lungs. For a persistent cough and for annoying hoarseness Coltsfoot tea with honey should be drunk very hot frequently during the day.
Later in May, when the leaves appear green on the upper surface and silvery felted beneath, they are used, because rich in vitamin C, as an addition to soups and salads.
Since the leaves have more medicinal power than the flowers, they are gathered to be used together with the flowers for infusions.






the herald of spring
already appearing
the Coltsfoot

вторник, 20 марта 2012 г.

World Sparrow Day




World Sparrow Day

The World Sparrow Day (WSD) is being celebrated on 20th March across the globe to raise public awareness about the decline of the house sparrow and throw light on the problems faced by the species in its daily fight for survival.

The World Sparrow Day also celebrates the common biodiversity around us.

The first World Sparrow Day was celebrated on March 20, 2010 across the globe to celebrate the beauty of the house sparrow. National and international organisations,

sunny place in March





in a sunny corner
warm to touch
early greens
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equinox
on sunny places
the first greens
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crimson sunrise
still in hibernation
March cold

воскресенье, 18 марта 2012 г.

Spring flowers








snow melting
i try to imagine
first snowdrops
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vernal equinox . . .
welcoming sun
snow again
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spring's equinox
amid blowing snow
sprouts of snowdrop
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spring equinox -
yet it is cold
crow pensive

суббота, 17 марта 2012 г.

Cold breath


Sometime icicles like the bones of a fish................
March's night
cold breath
of northen wind
......
now and then
cold breath
of northen wind

вторник, 13 марта 2012 г.

feeling warm







Morning in March.Greetings from a frozen Petrozavodsk.

feeling warm
swell flower buds
heartbeats
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warm spring
dripping drips
holes into ice
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cold March
sprinkle of snowflakes
as far till flowering
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willow buds
do not get trauma
snow blizzard again
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shining sun
shadows is still
in hibernation

понедельник, 12 марта 2012 г.

Spring






................
spring
full of hopes
warms
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mid-march
even in northen breeze
a hint on spring
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symbol of spring
writing in the landscape
budding willow

воскресенье, 11 марта 2012 г.

Japan (1 year after tragedy)




Japan marked the one-year anniversary Sunday of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that devastated the country's northeastern region, left around 19,000 people dead or missing, and triggered the world's worst nuclear crisis since the 1986 Chernobyl disaster.

Memorial services were held in three northeastern prefectures hit hard by the tsunami -- Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima -- as well as in Tokyo and elsewhere, with a moment of silence observed across the country at 2:46 p.m., the time the magnitude-9.0 quake occurred in the Pacific off Miyagi exactly a year earlier.

New haiku
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Japan mourn
and grapples with aftermath
tsunami
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earthquake
frost in my heart
tears in eyes
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Japan
even here the earth
is full memoirs
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full year
prayers of people
for restoration
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Japan mourn
thousands flowers of a lotus
and origami
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day of mourn
silence and only prayers
sparkles of tears

пятница, 9 марта 2012 г.

Birds



bullfinches -
its expectations
to be noticed

This bird In Europe is known simply as Bullfinch. It is northern birds and rarely migrate further south in the winter.

Thaw







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March cold
icicles of spring day
freeze tears
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March cold
refracted light
on icicles
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spring thaw
through sunlight
on icicles
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thaw in March
naked branches of birches
iced over
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cold morning
sound of crow bounces off
the icicles

среда, 7 марта 2012 г.

The International women's day.





Mimosa pudica L. Perennial herb, ± woody, often prostrate; stems sparsely and shortly hairy with longer bristles and scattered prickles 2.5–5 mm long.
Leaves bipinnate with 1 or 2 pairs of pinnae; rachis 1–2 mm long; rachis of pinnae 2.5–6 cm long, bristly; pinnules usually 10–25 pairs per pinnae, linear to oblong, 4–15 mm long, 1–3 mm wide, surfaces ± sparsely hairy, margins bristly; petiole 2–6 cm long, bristly; stipules up to 15 mm long, bristly.
Heads ovoid, 10–15 mm long; peduncle 1–4 cm long. Flowers 4-merous, pink. Corolla c. 2 mm long. Stamens 4, 8–20 mm long.
Pod oblong, 10–20 mm long, 3–5 mm wide, margins thickened and bristly; seeds 2–6. Flowering: summer to early winter.
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a mimosa blossoms
through a fine day
female joy

понедельник, 5 марта 2012 г.

the Arab spring across year

the Arab spring
tears no turned from sorrow
to happiness
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March across year
on tahrir square
again sea of tears
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prayers in Cairo
as year ago
same sounds
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the pyramids
how many you saw
revolutions ?

воскресенье, 4 марта 2012 г.



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March cold
shades a magic of
the first thaw

четверг, 1 марта 2012 г.

March




March day
the cat adds a phrase
in his song
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March
in mind the list of desires
wind of changes
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the spring sun
together with me
to the warming
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the spring sun . . .
the frozen shadow
grows smaller
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fresh forces
gives for new day -
snowdrop in snow