Petals In A Lawyer Diary: Moss (Not Drop) the Easter Eggs

Easter is incomplete without the Easter eggs and that is true for children. Excite your children with an idea of hunting moss for the Easter basket. Get them to do an outdoor walk to a forest. While there make them partake the act of harvesting...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: The So Not Holly Christmas

Alright, I admit to being one of those people who thought holly is mistletoe. Thanks to my lawyer, who threatened that I might not get a kiss under the mistletoe, if I got it wrong again. So I promised to get it right and...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: The Naked Lady

The first time we met, she made a bold statement right away. In a green gown, she elegantly poised tall between his hands. Her exuberant confidence escorted by burgundy petals. I had no idea who she was. My lawyer introduced her as Amaryllis. She meant...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: Then I Read

In our daily lives we pray, worship, ask for things and stories outsourced from nature and are granted. So who or what force is responsible for supervising the freely given nature gifts? Who supervises the fairies, dwarves, leprechauns, or elves that bless us with awed-inspiring...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: The Creation of Hope

We hope for warm temperatures so we can finally play footsie with the soil. We hope for the sun to come out so we can finally go picnicking. We hope to sit outside and bury our feet in the grass. We hope to tempt our appetites...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: Cherry Blossoms

In the spring float happily below skies, Where a sea of spring blooming trees, Kiss with endless blossoms. Pink or white the wind doesn't care, Just promise to give and take with passion, Until hearts sing of double cherry blossoms. Make a vow beneath the colourful shades, To love abundantly as April...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: Fairies and Witches

This poem was first published by "Naturewriting" Him: What are you staring at? She: Look, isn’t that beautiful? Him: They are indeed pretty mushrooms. She: No, they are not mushrooms. Him: Say what? She: They are apartments where fairies live. It’s a fairies complex. She: Look at that. Him: I see it. She: It’s...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: Seducing Shy Peonies

One Saturday afternoon we drove to a specific location whereby my lawyer knew of a florist who sells the freshest of peonies. Back home he snipped them diagonally across the base of the stem. Then he arranged them in a vase half filled with warm water...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: It’s Your Wedding Day

Spring is here and the cherry trees are not done with you yet. As they shade off their beautiful flowers, they invite you to the biggest event of your life. Forget the traditional rice throwing while celebrating your big day. Your pathway is carpeted with...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: Deflowering a Tulip

This spring-themed poem is published in "The Weekly Avocet - #70". You gifted me a spring entry With a bunch of velvety blooms. Once again I was your bride Hands clasped on tulips bouquet. A shy maiden of your love I closed tightly my flowery soul. When darkness knocked I flowered from our...

Petals In A Lawyer Diary: The Trinity Clover

I was acquainted with shamrocks when a little girl. The sweet sour taste didn’t convince me it was something delicious, especially when it was given to me as a wound remedy. Whenever I suffered from mouth ulcers, my grandmother (RIP) squeezed shamrock leaves on...