Bring my bundled troubles to the riverside, still and quiet, she listens, no judgment Stay calm, she whispers, change is coming, it always is, this
Mosquitoes favour river banks – hopefully hate repellent, free me to linger as dusk settles catch that last flash of colour. (For RonovanWrites Haiku Challenge:
Sunshine, you magician, adding sparkle to my view, painting the cloudless sky a dazzling shade of blue – favoured by your golden rays we all
Mist precedes morning light rises off summer warmed lake the loon’s call floating on a breeze – forever a cherished slice of life. (For Reena’s
What life tears apart nature mends – cyclical flow, divinely decreed. (For RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge: rip/mend) Image from personal collection.
Make blanket of green bough our secret sanctuary – eden – as squirrels watch and animals rustle, feel the purely bucolic, leave cloudy noon, come