Sarah Potter Writes

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Monday Morning #Haiku 76 & 77 — Sloe Berries

Sloe Berries

September sloe crop
reflects ultra violet light.
Hawfinches home in.

Human foragers
compete to harvest fruit first,
not yet drunk on gin.

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8 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 76 & 77 — Sloe Berries

  1. Good atuff (now that I know the otigins of sloe gin!)

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    • You’ve obviously tasted the stuff. I do hope you were good company afterwards, Dale. I’m not a great lover of gin in any shape or form, as it can make people very cranky!

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      • Crikey… remind self NOT to respond using phone without glasses on nose…

        I’ve actually never tasted the stuff. I just kept hearing the term “sloe gin” and had no idea why it was called such!

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  2. Words sound so peaceful.

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  3. Love the way this is both about the beauty of the fruits of the season, but you also got the gin in!

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