Nature’s Lessons

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Two long tailed ducks
rise and fall in churning surf
serene amidst chaos

M. Hogan ©2018

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Late blooming lupine
brilliant against autumn leaves
discordant harmony

M. Hogan ©2018

This week’s Poetry Friday Roundup is hosted by Michelle H. Barnes of Today’s Little Ditty  fame. In addition to hosting, she’s sharing several powerful poems to highlight the ups and downs of this volatile week.

16 thoughts on “Nature’s Lessons

  1. margaretsmn says:

    Lovely haiga today. Your poetry and pictures match up perfectly.

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  2. Thank you for the serenity this morning. Lovely!

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  3. Linda Mitchell says:

    Lovely, even if I feel like one of the ducks! I love how your photographs capture a moment and the words capture the photographs.
    Keep on creating, Molly!

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  4. I love how you made the connection between the ups and downs of your post and mine today, Molly. So true! (Quack quack!)

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  5. These are beautiful, Molly. I really love the “discordant harmony” of the lupine and the autumn leaves.

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  6. Kay Mcgriff says:

    These are lovely moments of peace and beauty.

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  7. Good advice for those of us trying to remain “serene amidst chaos”…nicely done, Molly!

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  8. Amazing how those ducks can stay serene amongst all that topsy turvy water. I like both of these haiku, and I love this second haiku your words and pic are wedded so well with the bend in that stalk, thanks!

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