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No Ke Me: an .@ImageCurve #haibun for #dversepoets

Fickle Weather

 

 

A gray canopy scatters in a sudden wind. Sunlight bathes the parched grass in radiance it no longer needs.

A moment later, one last cloudbank eclipses the sun.

budding Maple
yearning
for warmer days

 

more by FRANK J. TASSONE

photograph by Sam X

 

 

first published in Image Curve, March 17, 2016

 

for dVerse Haibun Monday–No Ke Me, Tree buds. Hosted by Victoria

 

 

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15 replies »

  1. The maples are still in hiding here but the flowering trees and shrubs are blooming or getting ready to bloom. You guys with your wind and snow and is with our game force winds – 29f tonight. Spring is so fickle as your haibun and haiku so succinctly say. I should have known not to trust fickle spring!

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