Flower Haiku Poems about Tiny White Flowers In Lawn
The White Flower Group
Flower Haiku Poems
These 5 haiku for flowers that I am sharing with you were inspired by the tiny white flowers in the photograph. They appeared one day, early in the morning, in the grass near my villa. I just happened to have my camera with me and an impromptu photo shoot took place.
How these little flowers managed to pop up in the lawn between my neighbor’s unit and mine is a bit of a mystery. The homeowner’s association spends money on keeping the grass green. One aspect of this ‘striving for the perfect green’ is the use of a lawn sprayer who comes in and sprays everything with a combination fertilizer, insecticide and weed killer.
Regardless of how, they did show up. A close up through my camera lens showed them to be very pretty little flowers. They were only around for that day as I went out looking for them the next day and they were gone.
Well I still have the photographs I took, one of which I share with you here. There are also the haiku poems that I wrote in their honor and which I also present for you here. Like most of my haiku series, I have provided a poll so you can vote for your favorite. Even if you like them all, please vote for the one – the one you feel is the best of the five.
Tiny White Flowers In Lawn Haikus
Little white flower
In field of green blades sitting
Moon passes over
White petals spread in green sea
Sails into the light
Tiny flower lost
Amid a sea of grass blades
Trumpets in the grass
Ringing clear tones white-on-white
Open in field of green
Bright white flowers attract bugs
Haiku for Flowers Poll
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Where These Tiny White Flowers were Found.
© 2012 Angelo52
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