Monday Morning #Haiku 60 — Gorse

Gorse

Protected by spines,
gorse bush stands invincible
against pillagers.

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. For her, sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

14 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 60 — Gorse”

  1. Haha…nothing like that prickly gorse to keep those pesky pillagers away – weve got some at the end of our front garden 😉 So much beauty around just now, and I have to tell you Sarah, ever since I commented on your wild primrose, I’ve seen loads of it all around the countryside, growing on verges, everywhere! As if they all suddenly came out at once, and just so gorgeous! Daffodils too still so prolific. A gorgeous spring to behold. Have a lovely week…I’ll reply asap 🙂 xxxx

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    1. I have loads of shrubs with yellow flowers in bloom in my garden just now, although there are touches of Spring blue flowers coming into bloom this week. I took some photos of my first forget-me-nots, periwinkles, and bluebells this morning. Perhaps my Wordless Wednesday will be a display of happy blues 🙂 You have a lovely week, too, Sherri. xxxx

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    1. Thank you, Christina. I’m so happy that you’ve called my blog eclectic, as this was my aim when I started it. The photography part improved, after Mister gave me a Nikon camera. For the first year, either I had to rely on photographs taken on a rather archaic camera, or finding free images on line, which made posting stuff exceedingly long-winded.
      Thanks for following me. I’ve just started following your blog, too 🙂

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