April’s Uncertain Glory

O, how this spring of love resembleth
The uncertain glory of an April day;
Which now shows all the beauty of the sun,
And by and by a cloud takes all away.

Wiliam Shakespeare,  Two Gentlemen of Verona

While the Bard never set foot in  Michigan, his verse about April’s changing skies sounds a familiar note.  Spring’s  greenery has bravely made an appearance here and an amiable sun warmed our weekend, but today’s  snow shows that winter has not yet lost its grip.

Seven Lakes, Michigan


9 thoughts on “April’s Uncertain Glory

  1. Osyth

    Another perfect verse to accompany a sublime picture. April is the most fickle of months …. your snow is headed t’wards us – a reminder that we are all linked by natures patterns and that we are all in this world together. Go gently.

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