Sunday Photo Reflection #30: Another Walk on the Wild Side—a Haiku

Why do you worry? Look at the wildflowers of the field and how they grow. They don’t work, they don’t make their clothing, yet Solomon in all his glory was not dressed as beautifully as they are. If God cares so wonderfully for wildflowers that are here today and thrown into the fire tomorrow, He will most certainly care for you. Don’t worry, have faith!

It’s Summer©—a Haiku

Hot days and warm nights Feeling of love in the air A forever cheer 2022 ©DeeMin All rights reserved Thank you for journeying along.Like what you see? Read more here👈 I love hearing from you, so remember to “like” & comment. And subscribe/follow the blog👈 to never miss a post.In creative solidarity, Dee

Lily© [a Haiku]

Raindrops on lilies Summer flowers unfolding My favorite thing Photo credit: DeeMin 2022 ©DeeMin All rights reserved Thank you for journeying along.Like what you see? Read more here👈 I love hearing from you, so remember to “like” & comment. And subscribe/follow the blog👈 to never miss a post.In creative solidarity, Dee

Flower of the Day Challenge #40: Luscious Lily & Haiku

Yellow bright revealNature caught red-handedlyOpening the show 2022 ©DeeMin All rights reserved Thanks to Cee for hosting the Flower of the Day prompt. Thank you for journeying along.Like what you see? Read more here👈 I love hearing from you, so remember to “like”, comment. And subscribe/follow the blog👈 to never miss a post.In creative solidarity, …

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Decorate [a Haiku]

The day of the word challenge is “decorate”. How could I not reciprocate when this is December and it’s synonymous with DECORATE!!! Counting down the days Christmas is five sleeps away Last chance! Decorate! Interior Christmas decor by http://www.createdbyDEEsign.com 2021 All rights reserved ©createdbyDEEsign.com Thank you for journeying along! First time to the site? Welcome! …

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City Blooms© [a Haiku]

KaleidoscopicDisplay, between city streetsAutumn flowers bloom Smack dab in the middle of the concrete jungle that is NY City appears this rainbow array of floral splendor which stopped me dead in my track. I grabbed my trusty iPhone to capture this photo. It’s deserving of its own Haiku. 2021 All rights reserved ©createdbyDEEsign.com Thank you …

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Endemic Flora© Haiku

Summer alive inHimalayan vale—flowers,Mountains—glorious In 1980, Indian Government created the Valley of Flowers National Park, which in 2002, was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This rich area of Biodiversity is also home to rare and endangered animals and birds. Thank you for journeying along. First time to the site? Welcome! You may start …

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Nature’s Cloud Serenade© Haiku

Sun sets sky alive Orange clouds dance across blue In effusive praise After-word: Sitting outside, hard at work on the computer when an orange glow danced across the screen. I looked up to see the sky evoking this beautiful orange that cascaded all around me. An experience to capture and freeze in a photo moment …

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Splendor© (a Haiku)

Before-word: online scrolling and came across this photo (artist unknown) of the most idyllic, kaleidoscope-like display of nature at her picturesque best. It’s only appropriate, then, to commemorate this emotional-splendor of nature. Though 17 syllables are hardly adequate, what better form is there to use than the Haiku as its intended motive is to evoke …

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Summer Storm (A Haiku)

Before-word: sitting on the patio unwinding at the end of the work day when the atmosphere of the sky almost immediately shifted with the appearance of dark onerous clouds. This instantaneous transformation in nature inspired this haiku. Shifting summer sky Rain clouds looming overhead Threatening deluge ©2021 createdbyDEEsign.com. All rights reserved Thank you for journeying …

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