A Bit About The Poui Season Blog


The Poui Tree in Trinidad blossoms seasonally – as much as one can call this little Caribbean island seasonal.

I’ve come, over the years, to love comparing the seasons of the Poui with the seasons of my life. Sometimes beautiful, vibrant and bursting with colour, I find myself writing happy, funny, descriptive pieces full of the love and passion that is filling me in those moments. Sometimes however, when the colours fall away, when the branches of my days become ragged and less attractive, my writing tips dark and brooding, becomes more introspective with a different form of passion.

I’ve come to learn that all life is like this – beautiful at times, challenging and dark at others, and that these two points are joined by an endless range of between emotions. I’ve tried to pour all of this into the pieces you’ll find here.

I hope you enjoy the reading as much as I enjoyed the writing.

And thanks for visiting my little tree of life.


3 thoughts on “A Bit About The Poui Season Blog

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  2. Dear child of my heart,
    I love reading your blog and the way you string together your sentiments and emotions and tie them together with verse and words that form knots of joy and bring back (bitter) sweet memories to me.
    Your words fall like summer rain..soft and soothing.
    I am so proud of you.

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  3. Hi Tricia,
    The first time I met you, I was in awe of your beauty and the way your face expressed exactly every emotion and every word you said. I miss that, so today I say thank you for sharing this expression of words, you reach deep down in ones soul and touch us in our hiding place, I want to laugh, cry, sing and dance, I want to fall in love all over again but above all I see you, I feel closer to you and I get to know more of this awesome person you are. Thank you for sharing you with me.
    Vickyann Thurton


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