Betrayed

Bougainvillea litter
 

Fallen bougainvillea bracts, Southern California
 


Who betrayed these bracts,
tossing them into the grass
to fade and wither?

 
Text and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on July 23, 2012, in California, Floral Friday Fotos, I Heart Macro, Macro Monday, Poetic Bloomings, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday 2, Shadow Shot Sunday 2, Southern California, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Love the colors and textures, especially the curled tendrils hiding inside! great shot

  2. lovely contemplative haiku and photo

  3. I knew immediately these were bouganvillia…they blow across my yard as they fall. This is such a lovely shot. I wouldn’t have thought of photographing the fallen blooms, but this is so nice!

  4. Love your haiku and image!

  5. learned a new word today – bract…..fascinating shot of fallen ‘bract’, and downcast haiku

  6. What a lovely composition.

    My entries:
    Moms… Check nyo
    Yummy-as-can-be

  7. I love bougainvillea – we don’t have them here in New Jersey, but when I was in Israel I photographed them. They go nicely with your poetry.

  8. Love the haiku and the image. Happy RT2!

    Mine’s here.

  9. Something to think about !!!

  10. Every last bloom on my bougainvillea is gone. ;-(

  11. Oh, my…Your gorgeous bougainvillea….so incredibly beautiful! When I lived in Hawaii I had a huge plant outside my kitchen window. It was so nice washing dishes and enjoying it’s colorful blooms. I do remember trying to prune it one time…Oh, the huge thorns.
    Thanks for the delightful post, my friend,
    Carolynn

  12. Beautifully captured!

    Would you come and comment on my Ruby Tuesday post? Thanks!

  13. Oh, my, isn’t just the way it goes. I have so many flowers losing their petals from my garden. They are going to seed and getting ready top sleep for winter.
    Blessings,
    Susie

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