Friday, December 28, 2007

another dream of a luminous magenta chrysanthemum

Pale fog of yet
another winter day.
Suddenly this star
of absolute magenta.
Surprise, said the
winter garden!













14 comments:

The Dream said...

gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous - i especially like the shot near the books. i LLLLLLLOVE books!

d. chedwick bryant said...

These flowers look magical.
..Suddenly this star...
I am going to look for these at the local florist shops.

The Hermit of Wandering Thoughts said...

Happy New Year Elise..
cheers
z

Verging Writer said...

I really like the third picture - the lushness of the flower up against the stark barrenness of the winter tree branches.

Absolute Vanilla (& Atyllah) said...

What a perfectly beautiful flush of colour to brighten up a cold winter's day! Stunning!

Mavin said...

"It was another cold winter day

bound with clouds and dense fog,

Haiku was tired of the average grey

so she posted up vibrant magentas on her blog."


Happy new year Haiku! :D

A's Journey said...

Ahh, and what a surprise!
Nice flower you catch there, princess.

Wonderful piece of music from Pavarotti, I liked a lot.

I wish you a wonderful New year 2008 P. Haiku! May all your projects become true!

lotusgreen said...

dispelling the rumor once and for all that there are no new year's fireworks in berkeley. what i'm curious about is whether or not that flower moved to these different places on its own or did you help?

happiest of new years dear

Princess Haiku said...

Lotus,
This flower has wings. :)

A.Decker said...

I like the ones with the bare trees in back. Out of this world. Thank you.

A.Decker said...

Somewhat into bare limbed trees these days, I like the outside ones. They feel almost kind of science fiction-y. Eerie beauty.

Cergie said...

Never mind the flower, even if it is frosted. The plant will survive and have green leaves next spring and flowers next autumn...

DeLi said...

a greatly captured dance of flower.

A happy New Year to you and im adding you in my blogroll!

moon said...

Amazing!!! photos as well as poem.