Seasonal thought

 

At mindlovemiserysmenagerie they give us two seasonal words (kigu) to choose from in a haiku:  snowflake and sunflower.  Having neither at the moment, I shall (as usual) do my own thing.

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Misty dusk descends
on the bare ploughed winter field
of sleeping plenty.


Note the mole visitation!

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13 Responses to Seasonal thought

  1. Love the tone you’ve matched this photo with, Viv. Poignant.

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  2. Ron. says:

    Ahhh>>>I could go for summa dat right about now, V. Thanks.

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  3. Whoa–does this look familiar. Take me back 40-some years!

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  4. This picture, mole evidence and all, soothes my heart a bit right now after watching mess in Paris, very close to our friend’s apartment

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  5. julespaige says:

    I’ve got some voles. Maybe a mole under the shed – could be a groundhog though.

    Always good to follow your heart.
    We’ve got some snow… there was evidence of deer in the backyard via their hoof prints. 🙂

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  6. Misky says:

    That’s a busy mole you have there! >

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  7. Pretty, in spite of the weather 🙂

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