15 thoughts on “Plenty

    • Haiku-o-rama! Well done, Linda, though not surprised…

      Is it the Barbie Doll pink that you object to? I’ve known others who really didn’t care for rock rose. It is very pink. I love its resiliency and toughness–and the too pink blooms. 🙂

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      • I think I’ve figured it out. I like Roseate Spoonbills and saltmarsh mallows. I’m quite fond of various pink Agalinis, and of course I like pink cactus blooms. The thing is, the pink of the rock rose reminds me of the pink cupcake frosting and pink bakery cake frosting I grew up with. It always was that in-your-face pink, and there usually was so much of it it made me gag. Now, when I see that color, my response is pretty much the same!

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  1. So weird, I could have sword I commented on this post last week… Maybe I’m having the same issues with comments not sticking, that you did for a while? Anyway, I’m not very good at haiku, but the gist of my thought was that that photo made me smile. 🙂

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    • I’ve given up figuring out commenting issues–if it works, great, if not, I hope the writer knows I’m reading.

      I’m not great at haiku, either, but this was a fun and obvious one!

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