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Recycled Haiku

A recycled haiku from last year.

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WILD THYME OF THE HILLS

Source: http://www.sunlandherbs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/wildmountainthyme1.jpg

by Simon Coleman

The wonder of the flowers of the fields, hedges and hills were never absent from Jefferies’ world of thought and feeling.  757 more words

Beauty

shoveling . . .

shoveling . . .
scent of mint
through snow

This haiku was published in Time Of Singing, their 25th Anniversary Volume, in 1998.

Poetry

dawn

cold beautiful morning
cosy in the kitchen
making porridge and warming coffee on the range
duck eggs collected
alls well with the world

Liz Doyle

Raising the pulse

I think Captain Cook may have been too polite. Sailing past in 1770 he named this distinctive peak Pigeon House. The Aboriginal name of Didthol, a word meaning “woman’s breast” seems closer to the mark. 69 more words

Australia

LONG WEEKEND DAY 1 (1/2)

This Monday was Auckland Anniversary, hence this means a long weekend (3 days instead of 2). Coincidentally my sister came over to visit us from overseas, so of course I had to take a day off! 170 more words

ADVENTURE