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Watercourse Wayfaring: a #Quadrille #haibun

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A kayak on a placid river.

A leaf afloat on a babbling brook.

A rock smoothed over years by a rushing stream.

A twig carried away in a creek.

Let running water have its course.

It will anyway.

flowing

in and out

the tide

De Jackson host’s #Quadrille #132 over at dVerse, where we stream in delight! The Pub is open! Come join us!

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  1. It will have its way, how true. I’ve always been fascinated with weathered stones in a creek bed.. I often took one home and painted a message on it.

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  2. Very well done Frank. I love your poem… yes, let the water have its course, it well anyway… We so often think we are in control, but it really is the earth that will finally have its say!

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  3. This is gorgeously atmospheric, Frank πŸ˜€ I love the image of “a rock smoothed over years by a rushing stream. A twig carried away in a creek.”πŸ’πŸ’ Yes, let it have its course πŸ™‚ Very wise write.

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