Tempean beauty Tranquil coastal charmer Titivated lace Spanish moss is a beneficial epiphytic flowering plant. Photo taken in Charleston, SC.
tempean ox-eye titivated petals bloom butterflies dance Leptos' flight guided by scented highways, Saguaro Cactus
Xeric ecosystem Desert wildlife host Saguaro cactus flower Sunloving shrub Xenomorphic hibiscus Aussie delight Xenogeneic gene transfer evolution clueless aftermath @BleuOwl
Vermillion cardinal resplendent and showy pulchritudinous
Autumn f a l l s silent u n d e r the evening snow
p r i s m a t i c benison of golden r a i n
Bittersweet E M O T I O N S in a vintage B O T T L E
Hegemony media parrots the same song.
Complementary muliebrity of inner beauty–blooms.
b r e e a n u n t Complementary muliebrity of i y--blooms.
(Note: When a woman’s inner and outer beauty shines as one, and the kindness of her soul sparkles, meld into the essence of feminity—this is something only women do.)
Genetic haec· ce· i·ty // new_ internal coding life begins at conception.
the soft adagio of mourning dove
weeds have no place running wild without boundaries pachysandra's felicity
Mountain hiking with a friend Nature's beauty is a godsend Eagle eye Perch high Climbing high only to desend #SundayLimerick Moutain hiking with friends Hoping this day never ends Eagle eye Perch high Nature's artisty, little dividends
benison of golden r a i n wafts of perfume, butterfly flight path. Haiku Dialog
By Rhonda Brown email@example.com https://brontebrown2.com/ 1. Autumn falls silent under the evening snow 2. bluegrass under feet, goose pimples felicity 3. living life in a fog, drifting desperately 4. out on a limb hanging by a stem whirlybirds take flight 5. complementary muliebrity of inner beauty blooms. 6. sweet benison of sunlit air and golden rain, prismatic joy. 7. Nature's beauty shines in the beholder's eyes, beware of bears. 8. evening shadows on crisscrossing paths, uninterrupted 9. Eventide, tealights glow, cicadas sing, swish goes the porch swing. 10. slow, slow, quick-quick, slow, light dances on the water, footprints in the sand
quiescent tide rhythmic pace of the porch swing tealights glow
faded white wood planks engulfed in quamoclit quiescent and quaint
frozen heart a kind touch melting point #HaikuSaturday #haiku #senryu #nature #poem #poetrycommunity #poetry #Poet #haikuchallenge HaikuDialog- Precipitation @NaHaiWriMo Ache
Hills and hollers of Arkansas Stomping grounds for Grandpa Magnificent feat Nature's treat Summers' cold water spa #Limerick #LimerickSunday Cedar Falls, Petite Jean State Park #amwriting #poetry
anatomy of a tree expose for all to see pen and ink tickled pink delightful artistry #Limerick #LimerickSunday
Rhonda L Brown / USA firstname.lastname@example.org://brontebrown2.com/ The following Kyoka haikus are written by Rhonda L Brown (me) Kyoka were Japanese poems that did not conform to the prescribed norms of waka imagery and diction . Kyoka, poems are less serious and more humorous. With its often political and social content, the kyoka tends to be sardonic and ironic. It can parody the waka and use slang. The kyoka also echoes Senryu in its thematic preoccupation with human nature. 1. the night sky frolics under silvery moonbeams in stillness, dreams come night recedes behind the stars- no thought to pending troubles tomorrow sleeps 2. unison parrots hegemony media demise of America wokeness from within- discernment's gift is knowing the difference between the two. 3. If rain no longer fell, would tears cease to flow? If blue dropped from the sky, would your smile return? If longing is understood, would you be free to love - again? H. Gene Murtha Memorial Senryu Contest Rules Two poems per poet Unpublished 1. a morrowless day of whistling threnodies, a fresh tomorrow. 2. Faded white wood planks engulfed in quamoclit, quiescent and quaint.
praj·na. ˈprəjnə plural -s. : transcendental wisdom or supreme knowledge in Buddhism gained through intuitive insight. command Ajna translates as "authority" or "command" (or "perceive"). It is considered the eye of intuition and intellect. Its associated sense organ is the mind.
Hegemony media , Fact or opinion, Null Hypothesis,
This quote is spoken by King Lear about his daughter, Goneril. He's comparing the pain he feels having her—a thankless daughter—to a snake bite. He says that the pain she causes him is “sharper” or more painful than any snake bite. How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child.
Slowly evanescing Time spins memories Of you