Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Tiny Pretty Things



blanketed in snow
for most of the year long
meadow flowers

This is in gracious response to One Deep Breath. This week's topic is Tiny Pretty Things.

13 comments:

polona said...

lovely photo and words.

Fledgling Poet said...

There's nothing prettier than delicate flowers peaking through snow...beautiful haiku!

Marcia (MeeAugraphie) said...

Meadow flowers is a term that felt part of another world when I lived in Florida. Now that we live in the Pacific Northwest, I understand the feeling that accompanies the words. Lovely.

Yolanda said...

I really enoyted the haiku and words.

Masago said...

The same spot six months later reveal a different photo, same words apply. Nice.

Jane Poe (aka Deborah) said...

Beautiful subject for this week's prompt. Peace & love, JP/deb

tumblewords said...

meadow flowers are short lived in this part of the world - Nice picture and haiku!

John Eaton said...

Lovely offerings, Zapster.

John

spacedlaw said...

Then you must indeed treasure them, if their apprearance is so short.
Wild flowers are always so much nicer that the cultivated ones, so cheeky and bright.

Crafty Green Poet said...

I love meadow flowers

jem said...

Good one. Whenever I see flowers in the grass I cant help but think the grass somehow chose to decorate itself. Some like a little adornment, and some really pile it on!

Plain Foolish said...

Oooh. I like how this captures the changing seasons and the lovely picture, so far from winter...

get zapped said...

To my fellow bloggers - it's been a joy to share these mountain gems with you and to see how precious they are to all of you - thank you for your comments.