#Writer’s Quotes Wednesdays: Spring

pink rose possibly French Perfume Hybrid Tea

Thank you, Frank for hosting #WQWWC this week. Thank you Amy Rose for your beautiful photos for his post. Here are my quotes and responses for the week.

“Spring is the time of the year when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade”

Charles Dickens
#WQWWC Spring Rose Woodlake Botanical Gardens
Spring rose bush half in shade, have in sun


Traditional 5-7-5 Cinquain

Just the right amount
of shade and sun caressing
perfect yellow rose 

“You are reborn with the roses, in every spring.”

Juan Ramón Jiménez
#WQWWC  Spring Roses from Woodlake Rose Garden

Roses, the Voices of spring

Traditional 5-7-5 Cinquain

Gentle rays of light
Kiss roses' pink golden cheeks
Drying tears of spring
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Please join me again next Wednesday for #WQWWC #17: Leisure. Check out my #WQWWC page for upcoming topics.

Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant - Promoting Hobby Blogging

40 thoughts on “#Writer’s Quotes Wednesdays: Spring”

    1. Mark Twain? Well, we are getting some ups and downs in our weather patterns. Today we walked with just a light sweater on and Vince had on a shirt over his t-shirt. It was 62. That’s part of what is nice about spring – change – transitions. 🙂

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          1. What a fun chat, this morning. I am excited about the two topics I’m going to do for SS. I’m finding lots of kitten pictures as I work through my pictures and get them organized. 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Rupali. When I lived in Woodlake, California, a small rural town in the center of CA, I volunteered in the Woodlake Rose Garden. I love roses and each bush requires about 90 hours of care per year. There are over 1500 roses, so you can imagine that a small town can’t do it on it’s own. Our Kiwanis group organized a way for us and other service organizations to help care for the roses. It was a huge task, but I think it is finally organized. I am going back there in April or May to see the blooms, so I’ll take lots of pictures. 🙂 Thanks for your response! This was kind of an overkill response to you!


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