Autumn mold, true, bold
Purple luscious webs of silk
Grasses wave their spores
Oh, I love a Haiku! Permission to write nonsense, how brilliant! This is a Haiku in response to the Trifextra Challenge, something new I think I’ll be doing weekly now, so keep your eyes peeled for some more Trifecta posts!
18 thoughts on “Beauty is Where You Find It”
*grins* You’re the good kind of bonkers.
right back atchya lizzi
I have to admit that the photos look cool. That being noted, I’m more accepting of mold in the wild than on something in my fridge 🙂
I love all mold 🙂
Takes one to know one, right? 😀
very nice!! beauty and science woven together 🙂
Why thank you!
I too never looked at mold as a beautiful part of nature’s glory, but, indeed, it is! You captured the form of haiku perfectly!
I have been a fan of mold my whole life. I think it’s amazing how each food grows a different strain of mold, and how each strain looks completely different!
I thought I was the only one who found these ‘webs of silk’ attractive! Lovely haiku!
Thank You Freya!
Lovely haiku. But yuck. lol
“Permission to write nonsense.” Ha ha! Well, yours isn’t nonsense. Thanks for linking up with this lovely haiku.
I just really love the freedom of a Haiku. One can leave out the filler and only state the details!
Oh cool – you’re doing Trifecta! I’m planning to start doing it too! Loved this.
Thank you Linda! Yes I am really excited, already wrote this week’s post, but I have to fit it in somewhere. Crazy problem to have, huh?