Another Haiku with Peaches

A few weeks ago I wrote a haiku about my peach blossoms. Recently I was out back checking on the plants and discovered the promise of the blossoms had been fulfilled. So here is the next haiku in the saga of the peaches.

Many spheres of fuzz

Have appeared on slender limbs

Some must be removed  😦

13 thoughts on “Another Haiku with Peaches

  1. I am very curious. Is it because the branches are too weak? Is it best to prune some so others grow stronger? AHHH….

    So jealous you can grow a tree like this where you live!

  2. Judy C. says:

    My taste buds are already waiting to savor the taste of a fresh peach. The amazement of how God has made each little bud to turn into something so delicious.

  3. aruddteacher100 says:

    Yes, what is happening with the ones to be removed? When will you notice the next big change? I’ve never been able to observe a peach tree with such wonderment…

  4. Did you leave us with an intentional or unintentional mystery? I wondered and because Tam and Linda wondered I wondered some MORE… ahhh…the power of writing. Love how you notice things.

  5. Tam says:

    Love haiku. Will we find out why some have to be removed? Watching the growth of something–great idea for writing. I must write. Thanks.

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