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A garden enthusiast who loves to travel and capture the beauty of places and freeze the memories of her travels in photographs, as well as document her experiences in verse...thankful for the simple pleasures in life.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Beauty and the Beast

Who is the Beauty, who's the Beast?


shattered porcelain
swept away, spurned
enslaved heart grieves









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27 comments:

  1. Oh ça c'est un joli cache-pot !

    Nice pics !

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  2. A haiku that sets my mind and imagination to work: love that!!!

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  3. Your last macro of the bromeliad flower is amazing. Nice reflection and a beautiful setup for the photos.

    Could you please correct your backlink to the actual MFS blog, it is pointing to my other blog. Thanks.

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  4. Enjoy your beautiful shots today. Many touches of loveliness.

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  5. The latter macro reminds me of garlic cloves. Nice shots. Thanks for visiting.

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  6. Love your haiku and your photos are beautiful! And the orchids in your last post...hope they won't be lonely for long. may they bloom profusely...

    Thanks for stopping by my blogs. As for your question today, the bee comes to rest at regular intervals for a few seconds. That's when I got my shot.

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  7. The Beauty I see, but where is the beast? Have a nice weekend :) Tina

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  8. Wonderful macro shot of the flower.

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  9. With dial up your page took a while to load, nice shots.

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  10. oh rosie....you are pairing some of my favorite pass times. gardening...and writing. glad you have found yourself so bitten by haiku!
    i find it a thoughtful process that has me pairing down not only words but possessions.

    i am flat out in love with simplicity!

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  11. Lovely shots, entertaining prose...

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  12. Gorgeous beauty in a 'beast' of a coffee cup!
    I absolutely love that cup!!!

    Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for your visit. :)

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  13. So poetic Rosie! Such lovely pot of plant in that cute cup...just beautiful on that coffee table!

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  14. Inspired images. Thanks for sharing.

    All the best, Boonie

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  15. Didn't know Bromelias could get such big flowers!

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  16. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I have found a new fun place to visit. I love your blog and love, love the travel blog.
    I enjoy traveling and am always drawn to beautiful flowers and gardens.

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  17. Wonderful haiku and simply stunning images Rosie. Truly breathtaking post. Loved it!
    Noelle

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  18. A wonderful haiku and I love that beautiful plant in the tea cup. Great photos.

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  19. Wonderful words Rosie, the title made me think a bit.

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  20. I've seen quite a few tea cup planters around lately. It's a worthy replacement for whatever broke! Your cup is really cute. I love the color in the macro shots.

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  21. So pretty...your garden is beautiful.

    Tiffany

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  22. Oh! I love your patio! And this pretty porcelain teacup didn't break, did it? Am trying to read what's written on it, but can't make it out-- I like your haiku. I know what it's like to be attached to something/someone and grieving at its lost. That last macro is gorgeous.

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  23. Beautiful photos and words.

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  24. Wonderful! Cantik! Sangat cantik!
    I love Malaysia, I love Malacca! Yeah!
    Beast? Beauty? Well, they're all beasts in beauty! Yeah!

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  25. Oh, now--see I'd suggest you dump the plant (pretty as it might be) and just fill the cup up at the table. LOL Amazing cuppa coffee on that patio would be good!

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