The northern hemisphere is uncoiling from the icy grip of winter, which over the last few years has clenched its teeth in a frightening, cold-blooded severity. In the United States, where Sandeep Somasekharan has now made his station, he observes the inflorescence of the new season, the first blooms of spring. That always inspires poetry.
Sample this from Thoreau, who saw in the change of seasons more than what meets the eye:
The first pleasant days of spring come out like a squirrel and go in again.
That’s so evocative – the short-lived exuberance of spring. Elsewhere, the author of Walden mused:
Spring. March fans it, April christens it, and May puts on its jacket and trousers.
This March, put Spring in your step. Download our calendar-wallpapers and spread the hay fever, er… the joy of spring.
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