Haiku Heights 29 – untitled

Yellow glints gild leaves
of morning trees, in contrast
to storm cloud setting.

Intense grey background –
cumulo-nimbus heralds
relentless torrent.

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12 Responses to Haiku Heights 29 – untitled

  1. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I’m ready for a storm, but since we have clear blue skies today, I’ll settle for your ominous imagery!

    A haibun, Honey for My Soul


  2. The scene is seen in the Haiku, no need of pic. Wonderful. Thanks for sharing.


  3. Cynosure says:

    lovely… 🙂


  4. Ruth says:

    lovely, Viv… I’m no fan of storms, but I love watching the sky before and after – could really picture yours


  5. tigerbrite says:

    Great word painting haiku. On the Costa Blanca the sun is hot… but the wind (not quite force 9) is very chilling.


  6. Always great haiku here ~ lovely ~ hugs and namaste, ^_^


  7. Grace says:

    I like the contrasts of the leaves versus the torrent of the rains ~ Hope your day is sunny and bright ~


  8. Tilly Bud says:

    I can see it! Lovely word picture.


  9. I liked your haiku, especially the second one.


  10. Misky says:

    I love when the sun ‘glints’ through storm clouds and brightens everything. Lovely choice of words, Viv.


  11. siggiofmaine says:

    Your post sounded like you were here in Downeast Maine when you wrote it !
    Thanks for sharing,
    Siggi in Downeast Maine


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