Sunday, July 13, 2008

Wildflower Predictions: One Single Impression


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This photo-haiku was created in response to the word, 'myth', which is this week's prompt at One Single Impression. For more poetry on this theme please visit the hosting site.

15 comments:

zoya gautam said...

..brilliant..both photo and poem..thanks..

SandyCarlson said...

I like this very much--it reminds me of how much anxiety this game used to cause me as a young girl!

kjpweb said...

Sweet!
Cheers, Klaus

bobbie said...

Very sweet verse and photo.

Mary said...

What a great choice! I know that usually when I tried the daisy method I was hoping it was wrong! Lovely daisies and much more so with the petals still attached :-)

WillThink4Wine said...

This is just fabulous! I can remember trying to "fix" the outcome by counting the petals beforehand. It didn't help one little bit!

spacedlaw said...

Sweet. Except for the daisies who must hate our worries with a vengeance...

April said...

Beautiful picture of the daisies and wonderful haiku. It made me smile - I think we've all been there...
I thought I would try to do one as well at "For the Joy of Flowers"

Roswila said...

Very nice haiga!

Michelle said...

Just beautiful. There is one blog event I won't be participating in. "Poetry". GG

maekitso said...

We just keep picking flowers apart until we get the result we seek. Strip them bare then choose another. I must be feeling pessimistic this evening.

teric said...

Well first of all I have to say how much I love daisies and these are gorgeous! My other blog is called Painted Daisies :)

Then I love how you have taken something that has been around forever and recreated it!

tumblewords said...

nice work - your photographs are lovely!

Pam said...

Nice photo and great haiku. Took me back to when I, too, stripped the daisy looking for an answer.

Edward S Gault said...

Great photo, and nice poem!
Thank You.