Haiku: Nature’s artwork

Color and balance

In every corner of earth

Brush of creation

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 8/18/17

Inspirational photo of a Soprano Lilac Spoon by Pexels

 

 

Haiku: The Smart Web

Sturdy symmetry

Made through natural instincts

So spins the spider

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 8/17/17

Inspirational photo by Creative Commons through Pixabay

Spider silk is strong and smart?!

Haiku: the city pigeon

Being resourceful

Successful urban dwellers

Stressed birds find their space

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 8/15/17

Photo by Pexels

Read up on these tough birds that manage to survive.

 

 

Haiku: Droplets and a Trumpet

Early morning rain

Morning glory sounds AM

A perfect duo

Morning rain drops on a moon vine
Morning rain drops on a moon vine

Haiku bu PamelaWLucas 8/12/17

Inspirational photo by PamelaWLucas 8/12/17

Haiku: August summer slows

Sun’s angle changes

Shadows grow longer each day

Days heat breezes by

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 8/10/17

Inspirational photo by PamelaWLucas 8/10/17

Haiku: Infinitesimal

5th day of living
A tiny eating machine
Eating to survive

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 8/1/17

Inspirational photo by Tara McLaughlin 7/17

Typical Lifespan:  “Most monarch butterflies do not live more than a few weeks. There are about 3 to 5 generations born each spring and summer and most of the offspring do not live beyond 5 weeks. The lone exception is the last generation born at the end of the summer.

The last generation of each year is the over-wintering generation that must make the journey back to Mexico. Rather than breeding immediately, the over-wintering monarchs fly back to Mexico and stay there until the following spring. In the early spring, they fly north to the southern United States and breed. Over-wintering monarch butterflies can live upwards of 8 months.”