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Haiku to you Thursday: “Ego”

My ego tumbles /

among autumn rain and mud /

waiting for spring flowers.

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Photo finish Friday: “Blooming”

Reaching toward the future.

Reaching toward the future /

raindrops reflect the present /

while seeds crack the past.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Love is…”

Purple Iris after a rain.

 

Love is a flower. /

Often too short a time /

but always a wonder.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Geometry of love”

The struggle.

The struggle.

We struggle to love. /

Within its geometry /

Blooms the flower of us.

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Photo finish Friday: “Reward”

Each flower is its own reward, especially to the inchworm making its way to the petals.

Each flower is its own reward, especially to the inchworm making its way to the petals.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Infinite”

Infinite the rooms, /

yet empty the mansion – /

Save one with flowers.

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Photo finish Friday: “Lilies in flight”

Lilies in summer.

Lilies in summer.

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