by Annette Wynne
Piping Robin, piping so,
Tell the snow
It’s time to go;
Tell the rough winds not to blow
Any more through field and glen;
Call the bluebirds home again,
Tell the little flowers to grow,
Piping Robin, piping so!
I was happy to see the first of the Robins return to our yard this past Saturday. We still have not seen daffodils pop up. As you can see the snow has not all melted in our yard. The roads and fields are brown and muddy looking as are parts of our acreage. How is your corner of the world?
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11 thoughts on “Welcome Back Robins”
Cute captures of the Robin! Take care, have a wonderful week!
…no robins here, but I saw a fox this morning.
In my corner of the world, the sun is shining, it’s very windy, the snow has melted, and white and purple anemones are blooming in the garden. Be still, wait, everything will be new. Spring is coming.
We woke up to snow covered grass on Sunday, but it had all melted by the time we got out of church. Love the pictures of the robins. Have a great day!
So cute! Hugs and blessings.
We have had many nomadic flocks of Robins foraging in our yard here in north central Texas. They must be heading north for the spring and summer.
Always happy to see the Robins. I saw a whole mess of them, about 30, all in the grass by the town pond the other day.
Your first image looks like a drawing 🙂 The rest of the robin flock have been at my house, eating up all the berries.
I saw a whole flock of Robins last Monday – a sure sign that Spring will come!? So glad they have arrived over there too.
Ooohh, the robins look beautiful against the snow… And I love that verse. 🙂
What a sweet sign of impending Spring!