“So sorry”, said the deer
“I had a night craving for
Lilacs and Lilys.”
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge Week#248
(Sad to say this is a true story ( except of course the deer didn’t apologize 😊)
My garden plants blooms are becoming food for the deer and squirrels who populate my area.
Fall fades into
Winter white rest, Spring is
Life’s game changer
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge Week# 245 Prompt:Game
Brown squirrel visits
To bury his nut treasures
For a later date
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge Week 244 Prompt: Date
Food Bank line grows
More goes out than goes in
What is on your plate?
Haiku Horizons Week #243 Prompt: Plate
In Booming Economies, Food Banks at Busier than Ever
Sighting in the sky.
Fingers reaching down.
Is it Hand of God?
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge Week #239 prompt: Hand
This is a photo I took of what I saw in the Oregon sky a couple days ago while riding in the car as my grand-daughter was driving.
The cloud image looked so much like a giant hand with four fingers showing that I had to snap a pic of it and then I see that Haiku Horizons Prompt for this week is “hand”!
Perfect Poem Prompt! 😊
Youth was here and then
One blink and it was gone
Hummingbird at feeder
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge Week #237 Prompt: Blink
Wheat grows among tares
Each nurtured by their source
Let both grow together until the harvest: and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, Gather ye together first the tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn. Matthew 13:30
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge Week #234 Prompt: Grow
Summer sun setting.
Rising, August it will meet.
Summer is running
Haiku Horizons Weekly Challenge Week #231 Prompt: Meet