Charcoal clouds from north…
garden locked in somnolence
awaits first raindrops.
Storm hits, its broadside attack
an act of demolition.
Oh so wonderfully done!
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Thank you. I’m so glad you liked it 🙂 I had a bad start to the week, so no Monday Morning Haiku happened! Instead, Tanka inspiration hit me today…
When the muse strikes….😉
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Well we certainly know all about such storms here, and I would call that a perfect description. 🙂 Sun today, though, and it is market day, so off I go.
Wow, you just posted that comment at exactly the same moment as I posted one over on your blog! That’s some coincidence. Enjoy market day and I hope you sell loads of quail eggs and colouring books 🙂
Wonderful! I hope you weathered it! We get a lot of high winds here (with the rain!)
The storm was a metaphor for someone’s anger, so I’m not sure that I have weathered it quite yet D: I would have much preferred a real storm — high winds, rain, and all!
ohh, I hope the clouds part soon then!! Blessings!
Thank you, Cybele. I’ve caught your blessings in my hands and will hold onto them tight 🙂
Lovely transition Sarah – from the sleepy somnolence (great word) to the destruction.
Thank you, Andrea 🙂 Yes, I rather like the word somnolence.
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