Haiku for Hope. Flowers for Liberty, Light and Love. Inspired by Dverse Poets.

 

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Wild Iris at Navasola

 Inspired by Dverse Poetsimage

Blue iris stands tall
White blossoms radiate light
Red Poppies seed fields

 

 

I miss the wild blooms
Of Summer’s soothing softness
So all seasons change.

 

 

 

 

The May in May. Hawthorn blossom
The May in May. Hawthorn blossom
Wild garlic in the woods, Dalton
Wild garlic in the woods, Dalton
Camellia in Camellia conservatory
Camellia in Camellia conservatory
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Wild red poppy with coriander flowers
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Wild red poppies in a good friend’s garden.
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36 thoughts on “Haiku for Hope. Flowers for Liberty, Light and Love. Inspired by Dverse Poets.”

  1. This afternoon (in bitter cold, with leftover snow still hanging around) I deadheaded the rest of our flowers and pulled out the annuals. It’s the hard part of gardening. So glad you are hanging around dVerse with your beautiful nature photos and poetry.

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  2. i suppose the happiest poetry
    is likely described in the
    most beautiful
    gardens in
    the world..
    and the most
    violent negative
    and aggressive
    poetry is described
    in the most desolate
    of all places.. environment..
    no separation.. except for
    Love than grows
    a garden
    in us..
    always
    hope where
    there is Love
    A Garden grows
    real in eYes of HeARt..:)

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  3. I agree. I miss the summer blooms, too, especially the iris. I have a Lantana in a pot outside my front door that was gracing us with it’s new blooms until it got cold and rainy about a week ago. I miss it already. Thanks for sharing these poems and beautiful photos. Peace, Linda

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