Sunflower Remnant


sunflower remnant
memories of fragrant days
jostle every seed

Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Northern Arizona
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Posted on March 29, 2012, in Arizona, Floral Friday Fotos, haiku, Haiku My Heart, I Heart Macro, Northern Arizona, Three Word Wednesday, wildflowers. Bookmark the permalink. 26 Comments.

  1. What a beautiful capture.

  2. Well, this is a first for me. I have never seen a sunflower dried up like this one. It is so pretty and lovely just to look at and study. Nice colors and a nice little nit of bokeh in the background. genie

  3. Beautiful haiku and what an amazing gaze into a dry sunflower. So reflective!

  4. Nice use of bookah with this image.

  5. I like the haiku, The photo is really striking and well done!!

  6. Great close-up!
    Good post for SkyWatch!
    Happy SkyWatch to you!

  7. Meget smukt, fuglemad ? 😉

  8. Such an interesting picture. I love the texture.

  9. Are they on the ground? Or did the birds eat them all. Great photo!


  10. Delightful haiku and wonderful photo~thanks, namaste, ~ Happy Weekend ^_^

  11. Enjoyed seeing this photo tagged with haiku. Very nice.
    Joyce M

  12. “jostling memories” sounds like a ’50s Doo Wop hit song. And this haiga is a hit too!

  13. Very, very good shot, -and good poem too!

  14. Oh, aren’t sunflowers the best? Each stage of their being is so beautiful.
    Wonderful Haiku♥♥♥

  15. Ah, remnant of summer days. Our birds love the spent sunflower heads, they don’t last long. 🙂

  16. I really like your photo of the dried-up sunflower. Your verse is wonderful as well.

  17. Lovely post; both words and photo!

    Thank you for participating in Floral Friday Fotos!

  18. Gorgeous and very evocative.

  19. Nice photo. Thanks for sharing!

  20. That is gorgeous! Nature makes the best art.

  21. Sunflowers, especially the large ones, amaze and intimidate me all at once, Can’t get close enough to sniff. Do they really have a fragrance? I’ll have to ditch my shyness and find out now. Thank you for these beauties (haiku and photo)

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