Sarah Potter Writes

Pursued by the Muses of prose, poetry, and music.

Monday Morning #Haiku 8 — Narcissi

narcissi

The ancient Greeks believed it unlucky, if not fatal, for people to see their reflection; thus, in their mythology, Narcissus pined away out of love for his reflection in a pond. After he died, a beautiful flower sprang up to mark the spot.

Lucky narcissi,
oblivious to their charm
unlike their namesake.

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6 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 8 — Narcissi

  1. Lovely flowers and haiku, Sarah. 🙂 Have a great week.

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    • Thank you, Sylvia. I photographed those flowers on a family outing last Friday, when we spent the day at the most beautiful garden in the world (in my mind it is, anyway!).

      You have a great week, too 🙂

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  2. Thanks for my morning smile, Sarah.

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  3. So sunny!! It does bring a smile with the lovely Haikku. Mirrors I can do without in the morning but these lovely offerings are a delight.

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    • Yes, those morning mirrors are rather a shock to the system — especially the magnified side to a shaving mirror, so thank goodness I’m not a man!

      Glad you liked my haiku. Thanks 🙂

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