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What light what summer light That illuminates the leaves While clouds hump gray The pigeons clapping in their flight From under eaves Before the rain
The grass of a park Green stems against dark shadows Chicory and trees
The Mountain in March Behind cold and windy clouds. Daffodils tremble.
A seed in the air It passes into shade and Vanishes completely
Mushrooms in the grass You are nicely round and plump Until you’re stepped on (this haiku was written with the help of my older daughter)
A Balkan morning A breeze and distant goat bells Swallows kiss the pool
Snow drops off a branch Nothing pushed it but itself Soft sounds in puddles
Snow falling at night White flakes rush past the streetlight The light though stays still
Clear after the hail Clouds above the boulevard The Balkan Mountain
Snow covers branches White as the clouds that made it. Paper over Ink.