Mellow Yellow Monday: Blossom


 

squash blossom—
promised fruitfulness
unfurling

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on July 4, 2010, in California, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos, my haiku. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

  1. i love flowers-this shot is pretty nice!happy day

  2. Lovely as always!! squash means summertime!

    My Monday

  3. pretty squash flower. NIce capture. Happy MYM!

  4. One tends to concentrate on the usefulness of the vegetable and forget the beauty of the flower. Thank you.

  5. Summer must be here…squash flowers are blooming.

  6. Love the picture, but the rhyme really rings true for me.
    I love it when food plants blossom, it is the promise of good things to come, isn’t it?

  7. Who knew a squash had such a pretty flower! Nice shot!

  8. A promise of a good produce. Mine is blooming too can’t wait to harvest and cook it fresh. Happy MOnday!

    Turtles and frogs

  9. Great shot and I love the haiku.

  10. a perfect star of a flower

  11. Tanabata’s Hello, Japan! task for June is writing/reading haiku. I know you’ll be interested, and there’s a lovely prize as well. Here’s the link: http://www.inspringitisthedawn.com/2010/07/hello-japan-july-mini-challenge-haiku.html xo

  12. Sunny star
    smiling at me so sweet..
    Have a sunny Monday!

  13. It’s so pretty… and yummy.

    Happy MYM.

    Liz @ MLC

  14. It looks identical to a pumpkin flower. You can make a tempura .

  15. Beutiful little poem!

  16. What a rich yellow colour.. Beautiful!

  17. Flour and fried, that flower tastes great.

  18. SO pretty!
    And fulfills promises, beautifully!

    Junie

  19. Lovely blossom. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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