Uncomplicated thoughts: suddenly

“and all at once summer collapsed into fall.” Oscar Wilde

All of Wilde’s play available here for easy reference and reading.

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: Oh the sweet yellow

Unmatched spring beauty

Sturdy and among the first

Daffodil, Jonquil

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 3/17/17

Photo taken by PamelaWLucas at the Philadelphia Flower Show, 3/16/17

Haiku: To build a nest

Gathering the stuff
Birds designing as they go
Cradle the coming

Three Robin's eggs in their nest
Three Robin’s eggs cradled in their nest.

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 3/6/17

Haiku: peaking green

peaking green slivers

slender and slow to emerge

standing tall will come

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 3/4/17

Photo by PamelaWLucas 3/4/17

Haiku: Belles ring in spring

Virginia Bluebells

Come with the whispers of spring

Blanket the landscape

First VA Bluebells - signs of an early spring
First VA Bluebells – signs of an early spring in Veronica’s garden

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 2/25/17

Photo from Pixby

Up close photo by good friend Veronica Sanchez 2/17

Embrace the Virginia Bluebell


Haiku: Early iris

Bold little iris

Welcome showy blues of blues

Linger till spring comes

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 2/24/17

Photo by good friend Veronica Sanchez 2/17

Flowers give such meaning and beauty to our lives. The iris got its name from an ancient Greek Goddess who used the rainbow to bridge heaven and earth.