Plum Blossoms

plum blossoms
on fresh fallen snow
scent of early spring

Pat R


“…Today our prompt is Ume-no-hana (ume flower) and it’s a classical kigo for the end of winter, or the last part of winter.. Ume-no-hana (ume flower) is mostly translated as “plum” but it’s more an “apricot”.

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