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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Ruby Tuesday #1: A haiku


Red palm fruits
Stunning brightly
against the dominant greens.


Red and green!
Christmas colors at misty morn
In nature's perfect harmony.



I appreciate any interpretation of this simple haiku.   



You may want to read other interesting entries of Ruby Tuesday at Work of the Poet.



13 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

Do those eventually turn to dates?

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Diane AZ said...

Beautiful pictures and haiku! The red fruits do look lovely against the greens. Have a wonderful week. :)

Princess Sarah said...

wow cute ng post mo... We're here in Songkhla with my family. Tagal mo na dyan?

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nice A said...

Hootin' Anni, no, dates are from another palm variety. This kind of palm is just ornamental.
Thanks for making it here. I'll visit yours, too.

nice A said...

Diane AZ, I'm so glad to have found you in the blogosphere. My blogging horizon has widened and become more colorful with you. I actually discovered Ruby Tuesday through you. Thank you.

nice A said...

Hi, Princes Sarah! Glad to have met you thru blogging. Yes, I've been working here in Bangkok for almost 6 years now. Hope I can visit Songkhla one day. How close is it to Hatyai? Been there many times.

abbeymae said...

Miss A! Andami mo nang sinalihan na meme ha.. hehehe.. Mabuti yan para always updated ang site... Did u register in blogvertise and payperpost already?

Manang Kim said...

Hi. it is fun in Red Thursday and MYM two of my favorite colors. We have this kind of palm also in the Philippines great shot! Thanks for dropping by.

SandyCarlson said...

They make me think of radishes! A beautiful red.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

An ornamental palm? The fruit are beautiful when they are all different colours on one tree.

nice A said...

yes, abbeymae, join us at Ruby Tuesday & MYM. It's really fun. I love these memes without specific weekly themes as I can have the freedom to choose. i also love the community, yellow and red as well. sali na! Di pa ako naka-register sa paid posts kc sobrang busy lagi.sige lng bka pagbalik ko.thanks.
Manang Kim, yes, it's really fun. This kind of palm grows in the tropical region so you're right, it can also be seen in the Philippines.

nice A said...

SandyCarlson, we normally have white radishes here but one time I brought home red radishes from Carrefour, a supermarket here in Bangkok, dear hubby threw them away. He didn't know they're radishes because they're red, lol. They're very rare here and I've never seen red radishes in the Philippines.

nice A said...

EG Tour Guide, yes, it's an ornamental palm intended to decorate the parks, gardens, homes and establishments. I also love the fruits in different colors- green turns to orange then red. They're such a natural blend!

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