Posted on 12/02/2016
by Louise Bunting
Sombre land washed clean
Sunbeams shimmer on damp earth
Splashing in puddles
Category: Photography, PoetryTags: English countryside, English scenery, haiku, lane, photograph, poem, puddles, spring
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Thank you, Etol. 🙂
Lovely Haiku paired with a pretty familiar scene! The “sombre land” may be washed clean, but somehow my car’s still filthy.
My car is never clean! Living out in a village (with lanes around us that are more like farm tracks) I can clean it and it’ll be filthy again after I’ve driven into town. I’m glad you like the picture and haiku. 🙂
Ahh, what a lovely sight to capture followed up with wonderful wordings.
Lovely Haiku and picture! You have such a wonderful way with words!
A beautiful Haiku to go with a beautiful photo of the English countryside – reminds me of walking to school and splashing in the puddles – much to the annoyance of my Mum! Lol!
Thank you. 🙂 Splashing in puddles was allowed on the way home from school but never on the way!
I think that’s what I would have been told too, but it never stopped me from trying! 🙂
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