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Midsummer Inspired

Haiku Happenings #4: Jules’ latest haiku for current contributors to this week’s #haikai challenge (midsummer rain). Via email

Too hot to mow or even move much… but the fingers of my imagination created haiku for those (up to this point who posted for your midsummer prompt:


little sparrow plays

grounded brown feathers flutter

water bath bests dust


For 2https://awisewomansjourney.wordpress.com/2018/06/23/midsummer-beauty-haiga/

lucky ladybugs

dancing a duet amid

dandelion seed



barn dancing above,

below the roof; fiddler,

farmers – celebrate



midsummer relief

cool bodies on cut grasses

let the rain deploy



blue mood for full moon

birthday loom strings twisting

tangled mass of days



grey silver drops run

in rivulets – down steel, glass

onto concrete blocks



desert welcomes rain

gentle quiet dust brings rain

to quench summer thirst



plants inspire tales

of mythical scale; beans reach

trough midsummer clouds



dancing in warm rain

childhood memories of

tin roof rhythm dreams


Cheers, Jules

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