May 31

Haiku: End Of May…

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“Among the changing months, May stands confest The sweetest, and in fairest colors dressed.” James Thomson

 

Haiku: End Of May...
Haiku: End Of May…

May has come and gone…
Dressed in nature’s brightest hues
New Moon and spring blooms

“Another May new buds and flowers shall bring: Ah! why has happiness no second Spring?” Charlotte Smith

 

Haiku: End Of May... some Saiga Antelopes die
Haiku: End Of May… some Saiga Antelopes die

May has lost … Saigas
Days of sunshine, thunderstorms
June’s sweet buds beckon

More Below!

“For every marriage then is best in tune, When that the wife is May, the husband June.” Rowland Watkyns (Watkins)

Haiku: End Of May... Busy bees and more
Haiku: End Of May… Busy bees and more

May’s toils are long done
Work behind, more before us…
Busy bees in June.

Positive Motivation Tip: May has come and gone…. Make the best of the coming months.

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos from my Personal Collection and/or  Saiga Antelope, Bee Gathering flora, Heliotaurus MayHoverfly, via Wikipedia.

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet


Tags

bees, Change, changing seasons, end of May, haiku, Happiness, inspiration, life, may flowers, postaday, reflections, saiga antelopes


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  • I thought the only color of bleeding heart plant is pink, glad to see a white one.

  • Here, May brought warm weather, but now that it’s june, we have our heat on again. It’s cold here the past few days.

  • These are some really stunning pictures. I love to see the changes in the seasons and the way wild life comes to life.

  • I’m definitely excited for the changes June tends to bring. I like these Haikus you made!

  • oh yes, i was sad to see May gone…along with my blooming flowers! I take comfort that June here in the Philippines will give me more vegetables from the backyard. it’s the start of rainy season

  • I love may, but June brings a warmness my body just loves. Only in June, July and August can you wear those flip flops and shorts and read in your hammock where I live. Beautiful pictures.

  • I love beautiful poetry like this! The photos are captivating and really catch your eye.

  • I never saw that type of antelope before. I love how the photos really go with the haiku. I always loved writing haiku poems when I was in school.

  • The photos are beautiful. I love that you even took close ups of the flowers with the bees.

  • What a lovely mosaic and poem to celebrate one of my favorite months! Like you say though, make the best of the coming months – enjoy!

  • I’ve never seen an antelope. I think the flowers are pretty. I’m glad there’s always a new season.

  • Your photos are fantastic and so colorful. I can’t believe it’s already June. You’re right we should make the most of it.

  • those are nice Haikus specially the Saiga one. Yes, May is flower month, the best month of the year to me.

  • That is an interesting animal that I have never seen before. Thanks for the lovely imagery.

  • The photos are lovely! Indeed, June ushered and tagging along with it the beautiful remnants of May. Thanks for capturing the beauty of May.

  • Your photos are always so stunning! I love this welcome to a new month and close to another.

  • Month of May brings joy to use who lives in north, because we all know that summer is fast approaching.

  • What a lovely post! I enjoyed the poetry and as always your photographs are gorgeous.

  • These images are gorgeous! June is shaping up to be a “busy bee” month for me, for sure!

  • May is now gone. Such beautiful photos. I am unsure why but I have always been fascinated with capturing photos with bugs on flowers and I love looking at them too.

  • Such beautiful flowers, and some great things to think about here. Thanks for sharing!

  • This is one type of poetry that I would love to explore more. I’ve done a couple of Haikus before but not as profound as the Haikus mentioned here. May is so special for me for it it is the month I first saw my eldest daughter.

  • These are amazing pictures indeed. The month of May is an awesome month when everything is fresh and new showing so much inspiration for growth. Thanks for sharing.

  • All these pictures are so cool. Especially Siga Antelopes die looks very different & unique. And the flowers looks really awesome too.

  • How beautiful! I smiled from the beginning to the end of your post! I most especially love the quote about marriage from R. Watkins!

  • time flies so fast. I was just thinking about how we are halfway into the year 2015. In 6 more months we will be preparing for a new year

  • I definitely cannot believe that May has come and gone and June is here! I definitely plan on making the best out of the second half of 2015!

  • I love May because it’s not too hot yet in Sacramento and you can see quite a lot of wildflowers all over the place. We also get busy towards the end of May because our son’s birthday is on the 1st week of June and we do a bit of preparation.

  • The end of May means hotter weather in June. Bleh! That’s all I can think of right now!

  • the pictures of the bees on flowers are so beautiful! i am looking forward to may 2016

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