Reports of cherry blossoms
The spring is promised
Here in Paris, we have to wait at least another month for cherry blossoms. But just to think of it with you is nice.
Thanks. Tell us when you start eating those cherries and, once fall comes upon, I’ll tell you about comice pears.
Cherries are ripe in the summer here. But domestically produced cherries are somehow getting too expensive for people like me to buy, and I must settle, if I wanted to eat cherries, with imported ones. I believe they mostly come from California. They are darker and bigger but don’t taste as good. As for the comice pears, I’ve heard about them but I don’t think I’ve ever had the opportunity of eating them.
Oh my, I just commented about cherry blossoms on a previous poem of yours!
Cherry blossoms start blooming from the southern part of our island county more or less stretching up from the south to the north. I live in the central part and have to wait some more time to see them bloom.
They’re so beautiful–I long for them to bud each spring, am saddened when the wind reduces them to pink snow on the walk.
This is wonderful! 🙂
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