#Haiku Happenings #6: Jules’ latest solo #renga for my current #haikai challenge!
falling for water;
clear powerful stream, brook or
muddy little creek
a branch of a branch with frogs
catfish, trout, minnows and mink…
looking for salty
where waves rise and crest
to be engulfed in folklore
of all things that flow of life
such power is there
to intuit, like the great
Notes: 1)“…Water signs are intuitive and sensitive, and they feel more intensely than the rest. They are emotional and nurturing, and like a river, they run deep.”
2) “It is believed that Niagara is a derivative of the Iroquoian word, “Onguiaahra”, which was anglicized by missionaries. The name appears on maps as early as 1641.The generally accepted meaning is, “The Strait”. Some think it was derived from the narrow waterway that flows north from Lakes Erie to Lake Ontario.
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