Loving One Another

Meadow is Empty

Today, in our haiku journey along the Pan American highway, we have an image to inspire us, which was taken in Yellowstone National Park and it is entitled ‘Meadow’. Our task is to create haiku, tanka or other Japanese poetry forms inspired by this image with the theme of love.

My response to:

Carpe Diem #1561 Yellowstone National Park … meadow.



Meadow is empty
According to naked eye
Wait just a second

Comments on: "Meadow is Empty" (4)

  1. Welcome at Carpe Diem. I like the haiku you have shared with us. I love the scene you have painted … every meadow has its secrets … nicely crafted.

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    • I replied to this comment on my iPhone and just now discovered those replies are not posted. Guess I have to wait until I am at my computer to reply. Anyway, thank you for the “Welcome.” I enjoy Haiku, too. I am glad I discovered Carpe Diem. ❤


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