fierce wind gusts and roars
citrus blossoms fall from trees--
bending toward the ground
waiting for calm
pink mallow flowers
dancing by the picket fence
thankful for the rain
As you can see, I've been playing with haiku again. Here are three. Which one do you like best? It really is a great day to be inside writing. I hope your writing is going well. Happy Sunday.
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Sunday, March 2, 2014
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I think I like the third one the best. It's very musical. The second one doesn't follow the traditional Haiku pattern, but it certainly has a great feel to it. I love working with Haiku and am finding I write more and more of them. Thanks for sharing these.ReplyDelete
I can picture them all. Love the images. Thanks for asking us to vote. I choose poem number one because of the last line. What if you don't tell us that the wind is fierce--show us or just call it spring wind. Gusts and roars show us it's fierce.