Like the Moth
The female yucca moth pollinates the Joshua tree flower laying her eggs in the flowers’ ovaries. Those little eggs hatch and feed on the yucca seeds. Neither would exist without the other. Nature can exist without me, I know. But not I without her. I want to be part of this cycle of sharing, of blooming, Of interdependency, of feasting in the wild. Nature is my safe word. Nature is my safe place. Fine art photograph and poetry by Roxanne Darling. Part of my series, I AM: For the love of Nature.