Chinese Bell Flowers~

mystic purple flames

arise from the spirit’s stalks

chill my autumn heart

Written for : http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.in/2014/11/carpe-diem-601-chinese-bellflower-or.html

Linked with : http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.in/2014/11/poetry-pantry-226.html

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39 thoughts on “Chinese Bell Flowers~

    • Oh yes, I understand… but here the spirit chills my ‘autumn heart’. Aren’t we all fighting against boredom every day brudberg. Smiles…
      Thanks for coming by… 🙂

  1. There are no more beautiful flames than those from such a lovely a lovely flower! I personally would hope to find autumn warmth…ha, no more flowers blooming outside here! Sigh.

    • We do not have a very cold winter in India; in fact most parts of the country have just 3 seasons namely summer, monsoons and spring. Hence, spring continues till summer starts! We all have beautiful flowering plants thriving during winter time.
      I’m so happy this post connected with you, Mary. Thanks for reading 🙂

  2. The mystical color purple the color of the third eye … very spiritual take on this prompt Panchali … very strong giving me a feeling of warmth on a cold autumn-evening …. sitting, curled up in front of the fireplace … thank you for this wonderful haiku. If it’s ok I love to use it for one of our Tan Renga Challenges …

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