Monday, May 23, 2022

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[Today's mosiac pink ixoras in my garden]

Hot days await the cooling rains. The sound of pelting raindrops on the rooftop. Season of smoky clouds and flooded streets. We are still waiting for the rain though the Met Office has confirmed the season. 

People of long time days didn't look to the Met Office. Every avid Christian marked the Season of Rains with the planting of pigeon peas and corn at Corpus Christi holiday.

today just a tease

raindrops against the windows -

pink ixoras bloom

© gillena cox 2022


#In Trinidad and Tobago our Seasons are Rainy Season And Dry Season: no winter, spring, summer autumn.
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18 comments:

  1. Your flowers are very lovely! Enjoy your week my friend!

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  2. Happy you dropped by Diane

    muchđź’›love

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  3. Raindrops and beautiful pink flowers go hand in hand for summer! Well done!

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    1. Happy you dropped by Dwight

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  4. So interesting....but the haiku superb....

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  5. Happy you dropped by Ain

    muchđź’›love

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  6. A beautiful bloom and a bright burst of a haiku. Thank you for the summer "tease," Gillena.

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  7. Happy you dropped by K

    muchđź’›love

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  8. Light and bright Haibun .. what in the world are ' pigeon peas?'

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  9. Such a lovely haiku and those blooms are lovely, Gillena! đź’™

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Punam

      Muchđź’›love

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  10. Gillena - I love your prose. As I have said before, you have such a talent with words, spinning them into images! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  11. Thank you for your appreciation Angie

    Muchđź’›love

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  12. Your words and pink Ixoras are so lovely. Enjoy your day!

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  13. Thank you for dropping by Lee

    Muchđź’›love

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  14. The Ixora flowers are beautiful in pink -- I see them here in the Florida sub-tropics, but only in orange and yellow colors. I hope you are safe from storms and get just enough rain.

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  15. Thanks Sallie

    Muchđź’›love

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