Nature: Brings delight, education, and communication!

Around noon time one day in early summer, I went outside on my deck and found an unusual visitor camping out on my doorbell!  I am wondering that this is a Polyphemus Moth, a dweller of the forest, which is very close by to me.  It struck  many poses over the course of a couple of hours.  The two most captivating are below!

Life

Polyphemus Moth is going to announce its presence. In full regalia, it has come out of the forest.

Life
The complexities thereof
Are a marvelous opportunity
To embark upon.

A very grand wingspan over my doorbell.

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7 Responses to Nature: Brings delight, education, and communication!

  1. Ravenblack says:

    Butterflies seem preferred by most but moths can be magnificent too. Such sepia beauty that they fold up most of the time and when they open it before they take flight, such marvel! Awesome pictures, Cindy!

    Life does contain many opportunities. Too often one complains about the lack of them, but the options are to be dug and found as they aren’t layed out in plain sight, nor ideal looking — moths and butterflies. 🙂 Thanks for the insight.

  2. becca givens says:

    This is a beautiful visitor … and quite a gift to allow you at least a couple hours of time. I always thought moths were more nocturnal … There must be a message!! Thank you for your recent visit!

  3. wolfsrosebud says:

    Cool pics… I found a Luna last year, unfortunately it was dead already.

  4. cinnamon blues says:

    Love the poem and the photographs 🙂

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