Mellow Yellow Monday: Constellations

MellowYellowMonday
 
20.Sept.2009 005
 

Clusters of flowers
like tiny constellations—
how brightly they glow!

 
© 2009 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on September 21, 2009, in haiku, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. How nice, so image ad poem.

  2. Yes, lovely yellow stars. I like your description!

  3. Love flowers! Very pretty! :o)

  4. I bet those brighten up any scenery!

  5. Beautiful little yellow stars!

  6. I love forsythia! They’re almost the first flower of Spring. And they do look like stars in this photo.

  7. They do look like lil constellations don’t they?

  8. Beautiful little yellow blooms! Very nice.

  9. I love the way your Haiku and photograph complement one another. Thanks for dropping by mine at Small Reflections earlier.
    Hugs and blessings,

  10. Very bright indeed. Love the photo and the haiku. Thanks for stopping by. Happy MYM!

  11. wow! nice shot. and they really looks like tiny constellations. Happy Mellow Yellow Monday 🙂

  12. MYM: Constellations is a beautiful entry. Your Haiku describes the picture perfectly. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the visit and lovely Haiku. I felt like you put music to my pictures.

  13. lovely poem and flowers too! thanks for sharing! take care!

  14. just curious about the flowers name..is the name constellation..i saw some in our place but don’t know the name.
    i also played!

  15. thanks for the visit! your right ! yellows always glow!

  16. Those are so pretty! Little stars….

  17. pretty flower with a nice poem, I love it..

    Thanks for the visit..

  18. Greeting from Bulgaria.Very nice photo.

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