warm breeze in morning
even as spring flowers bloom
This haiku is my response to Frank Tassone’s #Haikai Challenge #88: summer-like.
new leaves fully grown
welcome new life to their world
fawn taking first steps
This haiku is my response to Frank Tassone’s #Haikai Challenge #87: fawn.
Image source: ukiyo-e.org – Deer, by Inshō Domotō
one home becomes another
starting to rain
hopes for lower pollen count
answered by spotty weather
Another busy weekend starting with helping my daughter with the above, so this is an early post for me and quite off prompt for Day 27 of NaPoWriMo.
squirrel invades bird feeder
My haiku is a response to
Frank Tassone’s #Haikai
Challenge #79: twittering.
whitebait filling net
starting small with a promise
bigger fish to fry
Frank Tassones’ #Haikai Challenge #76: whitebait
Whitebait (an early spring kigo) are immature fish
caught in fine mesh fishing nets.
They are used for bait or floured/battered, then deep-fried.
Image source: Wikimedia Commons
flakes of snow falling
as crocuses reach for light
this first day of spring
This haiku is my response to
Carpe Diem #1617 – the first day of spring.
March 1st is the first day of the meteorological spring.
Image source: pixabay.com / rhae
fierce March wind swirling
robin flies from swaying branch
buds clinging tight
This haiku is my response to Frank Tassone’s #Haikai Challenge # 72: first spring gust.
Image source: Shutterstock