Tag Archives: haiku
searching shelled pecans for broken pieces of goodness leaving wholeness for later
under pecan tree nourishment offered wildlife a bowl of water I hope bees, fig wasp, rabbits, squirrels, birds, and cats visit the water bowl during these hot Georgia days. Doing my part to keep us all hydrated on my little piece of … Continue reading
I kept you because Black cats are least adopted My onyx of love
eleven years, gone still think of you when I see purple hydrangea My late husband planted almost all the shrubs in my yard. I think of him with deep gratitude when they bloom.