Ocotillo blossom in April, Pinal County, Arizona

Haiga © 2018 by Magical Mystical Teacher
More Poetry Pantry #399 at Poets United

Posted on April 15, 2018, in 5-7-5, Arizona, haiga, Pinal County, Poetry Pantry, Poets United. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Lisa at Greenbow

    Perfect for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.

  2. I think this is why I love cactus flowers….they are like the solace found amongst the angst of life… described it perfectly!

  3. Gorgeousness!!💜

  4. So beautiful. I agree with your words. I’ve learned to love Spring in the desert and those solitary blooms.

  5. Wow! So many words worth this picture.

  6. The magic of a single bloom can make a difference.

  7. Sometimes we have to depend on that one bloom!!!

  8. Thank goodness for the one bloom.

  9. Another bloom is ready when the other one has shown off for a day or two and enticed a travelling pollinator to do his duty. Beautiful photograph and haiku.

  10. There are many lone and beautiful things in the desert!!

  11. Beverly Crawford

    Proof that unexpected beauty is to be found in patches of thorns! Great analogy.

  12. Gorgeous photo, and the words perfect.

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