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Kentucky Color - O' the Northwest Winds of Spring

A timely poem about a question many are asking at this time of late spring. Click headline for poem with photo(s)

O' the Northwest winds of Spring
Poetry by Billy Joe Fudge
O' the Northwest winds of Spring,
Come blowing through dry and clean.
Leaves upon petioles wring,
Showing backsides whited green.

O the Northwest winds so cool,
Lifting spirits through and through.
Winds painting skies clear and blue
Remind us of God anew.
By Billy Joe Fudge, Sun 03 Jun 2018.




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KY Color - O' the Northwest Winds of Spring



2018-06-04 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, President, Homeplace on Green River.
O' the Northwest winds of Spring explains, in verse, a phenomenon many are noticing at this time of the year, "leaves upon petioles" wringing, "Showing backsides whited green." This picture and the accompanying verse (Click Read More), succinctly explains white this occurence makes this green, green, green period, with accompanying gray days, a favorite time in late spring and early summer.

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