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beautiful produce

growing tall in the garden

marred by a blemish

This is linked to Haiku Heights.  Each week Leo gives us a one word prompt as a theme for our haiku.  This week’s word is blemish.  Be sure to visit the site to discover more unblemished haiku.


14 thoughts on “Blemish

  1. Sometimes blemish is a result of some birds having their bite on the fruits..as offered by nature.. will it still be a blemish.. don’t know.. just a thought worth exploring further.. what do you say Teresa.. and thanks for your visit..and encouraging comments.. this week I have put two post for OSI.. see if you will visit the other one too and give your feeedback.. a longer poem..

    • I guess it’s kind of like weeds–it’s only a weed if the plant is growing where we don’t want it to. It’s only a blemish to the human perspective if it is produce we want. Personally, I usually plant enough that I can share with the birds and deer and bugs.

  2. crops cannot get away with a blemish, it is a natural thing as they are exposed to unpredictable weather conditions…

    you have brought out the thoughts here very well…nice, nice take Teresa..thanks for participating in my prompt suggestion this week… 🙂

    happy Sunday to you.. 🙂

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