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Friday, June 26, 2009

Cool winds
sough along the tree line.
Cornflower blues.

3 comments:

nora said...

I like it, Rachel!

Leatherdykeuk said...

Thank you Nora :)

Alan Summers said...

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Cornflower blues is terrific!!!!

Actually the entire haiku is terrific!

As haiku come from the incomplete verse called hokku, I don't think you need all those full stops (periods).

Your writing is so clear, and tightly done, it gives a nod to the reader where to pause e.g.


cool winds
sough along the tree line
cornflower blues


or


cool winds
sough along the tree line...
cornflower blues


Regardless of my comments, this is a great haiku, every word choice is spot on!!!!

Alan