Kawahigashi Hekigoto (1873-1937), Japanese poet and haiku pioneer writes:
初雷や ふるふが如き 雛の壇
Hatsu-rai ya/ Furuu ga gotoki/ Hina no dan
The first thunder
Is likely to shake
The tiered doll stand.
I feel that way about spring. As the heads of the first crocuses crown on my street I want to let out a guttural shriek, a battlecry, that says, “I am not done, yet!”