The twenty-second #ClapBecauseWeCare
session that took place last evening. A couple who lives in the building directly across my courtyard did some "jamming" during last night's 22nd session of #ClapBecauseWeCare (as seen in photos atop this entry).
And, my sweet-looking neighbors in the building directly east of me were also in attendance, evidenced in the next set of images.
But "regular" attending singles participated too (featured in the following photo-ops).
|JULIE, THE WOMAN WHO TOOK PHOTO-OP S OF MY GARDEN|
SEE THEM BY CLICKING HERE AND HERE
On another note, yesterday, April 17th, was International Haiku Poetry Day and I had every intention of posting something about this fact as part of my commitment to post a poem a day
during the month of April (which is National Poetry Month
However, I confess that I am losing tract of time and even though I had a calendar RIGHT in front of me, I still didn't make the connection re the date, even though I referenced it in Facebook postings and entries here on Blogger! So without further ado, please allow me to give a shout out to yesterday's holiday of International Haiku Poetry Day.
The event is especially on my mind these days because the Muscari
in my garden
is flourishing today along with my Red Riding Hood tulips
as evidenced in these photos.
Re the Muscari, Eleanor Patrick has written a haiku about them, which I've included in a text-based image here (below) and also discussed in my 4-17-2019
For your information, dear reader, a number of other tulip varieties are featured in volume one of my book series, Words In Our Beak
As I've been saying here on Blogger, "During this time where many people are confined to their homes due to lockdown restrictions (re the coronavirus pandemic), these books (whose stories are set in my rooftop garden) are great to have around as a reminder that there is still so much beauty in our fallen world."
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