On Environment Day…
On World Environment Day, I appreciate my Poinsettia stem, a month long in the tiny bottle restored to a new life.
“Her leaves green,
fresh and alive,
wishes of rooting…
She will be in her new home soon.”
**Poinsettia is an ornamental plant, often remembered as “red leaf plants seen during Christmas time”. This native of Mexico, needs proper care and short day length to be able to have its dark green leaves and colourful red bracts.
April 30 – Feather
April Poetry Writing Month: Every day was a challenge, yet I decided to write for myself. I am grateful to all of you, who stopped by to read, like or comment on my posts.
Thank you 🙏🏻💕
April 29 – Rose in Name Only
Today’s poem, is a three stanza, worked on the syllable count of 5,7,5 in each. Usually poetic form, Haiku has a syllable count of 17 (5,7,5).
As a fact, these flowers are known as butterfly attracters.