Cinquain: familia

all in

togetherness

protecting and watchful

sustains and nurtures unique life

endless

Cinquain by PamelaWLucas 10/18/17

Inspirational photo by Pixabay

Haiku: Bee Passion

A passion-flower
A nectaring bumble bee
Balance of beauty

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 9/27/17

Inspirational photo by Tara McLaughlin 9/17

 

Haiku: Why fall?

Skin tight and glowing

Colorful fruit hangs ready

The stem releases

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 9/26/17

Inspirational photo by Pixabay

Your guide to fall apples.

Haiku: Ruby throat

Quick darting glitter
His beautiful red necklace
Takes ones breath away

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 9/14/17

Amazing inspirational photo by Tara McLaughlin in Charlottesville, VA 9/17

About the Ruby Throated Hummingbird and yearly migration.

Haiku: Anemone Aphrodite and Adonis

Long and slender stems
In buttercup family
Tears of fallen love

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 9/13/17

Inspirational photo by hasbenn at Pixabay

The anemone’s association with the mythic love of Aphrodite and Adonis led to the flower symbolizing unfading love.

 

Haiku: Hurry…Monarchs to Mexico or California

Fall approaches fast
Hurry cat and make your wings
Ready for your trip

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 9/11/17

Inspirational photo by Tara McLaughlin, Charlottesville, VA 9/17

“The mystery of migrating monarch butterflies has captured the attention of people throughout the world. East of the continental divide in North America, monarchs generally migrate to central Mexico from as far away as Ontario, Canada. Monarchs west of the divide fly to the coast of California to spend the winter. They cluster together on tree limbs during the winter months in California by the thousands, and in Central Mexico by the millions.”