marigold orchid periwinkle poppy rose sunflower violet wisteria
Many of our color names are based upon the colors of flowers, so it’s hard not to associate the two. It is estimated that as many as 250,000 flowering plants will go extinct by the end of this century, not only depleting what we see but how we see it.
For earthweal, where the subject under consideration is biodiversity.
Why do you ask me where we are? I lost my bearings long ago. Each day is different, and yet very much like all that have been or will be, amen. You ask me for maps, for calculations, but why not shower the world with devotion?
~and why should we not sing~
celebrating what is here and now but also what leaves and then returns? Every story continues beyond its ending. Why not follow it around? Why not grow wings, meet each day without imprisoning it in either space or time?
The NaPoWriMo prompt today is to write a poem that poses a series of questions. Since the majority of my poems ask questions, I also incorporated Merril’s dVerse prompt to write a puente.