Crushed

Photobucket
 

An hour of hard frost
crushes dry riverbed corn—
stem and leaf and cell.

 
 
Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Northern Arizona
 
More The One-Minute Writer poems and prose with the theme “Hour” here
 
More One Single Impression poems with the theme “River” here
 
More Haiku My Heart at Recuerda Mi Corazon here
 
More Straight Out of the Camera shots here
 
More Mellow Yellow Monday photos here
 
More Shadow Shot Sunday photos here
 
More Macro Monday photos here

Advertisements

Posted on October 9, 2011, in Arizona, frost, haiku, Macro Monday, Mellow Yellow Monday, my haiku, Northern Arizona, One Single Impression, Shadow Shot Sunday, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, The One-Minute Writer. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. Poor plant…a beautiful haiku.

  2. Fall is here and the first frost is right around the corner here in Kansas. Kind of sad to see it take its toll on all the plants. Great shot–I love the shadow on the sand. Mickie 🙂

  3. Always kind of sad when that frost ZAPS the plants – great photo and words.

  4. Very dramatic shot. Love the shadow.

  5. The end of summer….great example.

  6. great shadow. hate to hear about hard frost though.

  7. so simple but elegant….

  8. Goodness me! How lovely is this photo? I love that it is the mirror of itself in shadow! Beautiful!

  9. Beautiful!

    Have a fabulous week.

    Liz @ MLC

  10. despite what had happened it survived.. nice photo.. 🙂

  11. This corn is trying to survive.

    Autumn Colors

  12. It’s trying to hang on for dear life. Great photo.

  13. Gorgeous photo, yellowy and shadowy and all.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  14. Looks like it is the time of the year when everything begins to retreat!!

  15. this is so lovely…the arch of the corn, the curved shadow in the sand. the bending to life.
    hope your day unfolds in beauty, yielding and in standing tall.

  16. Plants have a capacity to survive somehow. Great write!

    Hank

  17. Great image.
    We just pulled our tomato plant yesterday. Sad.
    Hope you are having a good start to your week.

  18. Alas all good things eventually meet their end. Wonderful shot, the lighting in the photo is lovely.

  19. Elegant photo for an elegant poem ~ thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) linked with MYM ^_^

  20. isn’t that the truth…. there is nothing so sad as a dry river bed… somehow it seems lost… somewhere…

Please Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s