March / Haiku and more/ By RL Brown

Moons of March
Sky looks down on earth
eyes as dark as a new moon,
spring winks at the stars. (Haiku Journal submission March 26 2022)

Seeds shed winter's shield
as roots stretch in fertile dirt-
March howls for spring's warmth.

Loam stirs, breaking free-
muddling nightcrawlers rise
under the worm moon. (THF Monthly Kukai — March 2022 submission)

Foretoken of spring
Marsh marigolds in damp fields
Hooverflies delight

Terrestrial tides collide 
rising high, but twice a year.
sun and moon poised.

A morrowless day
arriving on the equinox
perfectly balanced. 

Sugar Moon shines down-
sweet maples release sap
as March winds breathe change. 
Photo by Kieren Ridley on Pexels.com
Sugar Moon shines down-
sweet maples release sap
as March winds breathe change. #haikusaturday
Bordering Mamaw’s cotton field
Besides Momma’s fence
To my backyard
Daffodils.
#HaikuSaturday 
repost from #haikuseed
Longing for a sidewalk stroll
along the storefronts of a –
five-and-dime
boutique
coffee house
with friends
 . . .mask less.
Misty moisty mizzling
Wintry winds whistling
Slinging sleet. #HaikuSaturday
March Haiku

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