Reciprocity haiga

cow lamb love affair   alternative haiga

 

dVerse Poet’s Pub’s latest prompt is to combine mini poetry (up to Twitter length) with macro hyper-focussed photography.  As you know, I write a great deal of haiga, which seems to fit the requirements.  The other day, Celie at the Kitchen’s Garden posted some adorable pictures of her cow and orphan lamb.  I couldn’t resist putting words to it, but they’re not as poetic as the picture!  Hiccups in the process of adding words sent poetry packing.

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8 Responses to Reciprocity haiga

  1. restlessjo says:

    Viv, this is gorgeous! :)
    Sewing hems and things- I hate it!

  2. This is so sweet. I agree, it could evolve into a wonderful story for little ones! Have at it!

  3. This looks like it could be the cover of a children’s book! We are heading your way tomorrow. Will call and see if we can connect.

  4. cecilia says:

    Daisy shows an amazing interest in that lamb, even trots over to his pen if he cries.. The lamb weighs less than her hoof! Lovely wee poem Viv, I hope you get to sit out on your deck today .. c

  5. ManicDdaily says:

    Ha. It’s very charming though! Thanks. k.

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