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Spring Haiku – Abhinav Baruah

“Whirlpools of hilly Spring River
Thump and dance on adamant rock bed
Dimple of my smiling dream girl”

Spring is finally showing its face in Connecticut. A few clouds, a few rain drops, but I just might be able to put away my heavy coat.

Had a great walk in the park today.

Nature Trail

What thoughts come to mind when you hear the word “Spring”?

1) Weekend In Pictures

Modern Art in farm land – Lisse, Netherlands: Fields of tulips and other colourful flowers are seen from the air.

Love this pic from the Guardian. Moscow, Russia: Children hold candles during an Easter service

You know you luck is going bad when this is your blind date.

Mexican tattoo and body modification artist Maria Jose Cristerna, also known as “Mujer Vampiro” (Vampire Woman), attends an exhibition in Guadalajara, Saturday.

It has been a few year since my body was a bendy as this little girl’s.

A girl undergoes physical conditioning during a ballet training session at Feier Angel dance training centre in Beijing Saturday. About 100 girls, mostly between the ages of 3 and 7, learn ballet at the center.

2) At his New Mexico ranch, former Green Beret Rick Iannucci invites war veterans, suffering from Post Turmatic Stress Disorder, and other problems, to work with horses and heal his wounds.

From the People Making A Difference blog on the Christian Science Monitor –

“Rick Iannucci, director of Cowboy Up!, a horse therapy program for combat veterans, keeps a little notebook with quotations in the back pocket of his jeans.

As he searches for words to explain how working with horses helps heal war-torn veterans, he pulls it out and reads aloud the words of Winston Churchill, who served in the Boer War: “There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”

A Christian Science Monitor video of Iannuucci’s The Crossed Arrows Ranch, and his “Cowboy Up” program.


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