~Horizon smudged grey~
Invisible seagulls squawk
beyond summer rain.
Love this, Sarah
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Thank you, Jean 🙂 I’m sure you have often experienced the same thing where you live.
Oh, I sure have!
Rain from the heavens is always majestic and mysterious.
That’s a wonderfully positive way of looking at it 🙂 My garden certainly looks extra green and glistening in the aftermath of this morning’s rain, so I’m sure it has done some good.
that’s pretty much what it looks like outside my window this morning. And it’s okay. Some days are sunny, some are rainy. such is life.
The sun has come out here now, but not before the unseasonably cool wind gave me earache when I took the dog out for a walk. No point complaining, though. It would be boring if the weather was always the same.
oh no. a reminder to cover those ears I guess. We rarely get any wind here as we are way down in a valley surrounded by mountains on all sides. There are three roads out of Cuenca. One of the reasons it is a low crime area. Hard to escape! hee hee.
It sounds wonderful:-)
It is. I love looking up, no matter where I am, and seeing The Andes.
It sounds wonderful 🙂
You paint a very wet, gray picture, Sarah. 😕
But a prelude to a sunny Tuesday 🙂
Oh yes…Monday was the same here too Sarah. Today, looking to clear up a little with some early evening sun poking through. We had storms and my poor foxglove barely held on 😦 I’ve re-staked it now so hope it will recover. My roses looked rather limp & forlorn too…I know the feeling, ha! But we do love our great British weather…and it gives us your wonderful haikus for any time of the year 🙂 xxxx
We Brits are obsessed with the weather, mostly to grumble, but I prefer to write haiku about it, as this is a more positive exercise! 🙂 xxxx
I agree…a lovely, positive exercise indeed Sarah, and you are so very good at it!! 🙂 xxxx
Love this Sarah – our last fortnight or so has been like this!
Thank you, Andrea 🙂 Our next phase down South has been daily thunderstorms. Unfortunately, I don’t have a sophisticated enough camera to capture the fork lightning over the sea, otherwise that would be next week’s haiku prompt!
wonderful image!! great poem. This is like the west coast of Canada too!
Love this! My morning impressions, exactly 🙂
Thank you 🙂
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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