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Texas flood –
a river of bluebonnets
under the cottonwoods

Linked to Carpe Diem #664: Tranquility, where Louis Oscar Griffith’s “Tranquil Afternoon” is our inspiration. 

Here is our host’s response haiku:

tranquility
in between worlds
the city park

(C) Chèvrefeuille

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17 thoughts on “texas flood (haiku)

  1. Initially I thought the painting was one you’d chosen so as to illustrate your haiku, but no, the painting was the prompt. In which case, your poem really steps inside the frame – it inhabits the scene so naturally 🙂

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      • Yes, I didn’t mention the video crashing – I just assumed it was me 😦 I especially like the part where the guitars drop right down and do this low rhythmic growling 🙂

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        • That IS awesome, isn’t it?

          And please — if you run across a non-functioning video — do tell me. It’s no bother. 😀

          It drives me *insane* to visit someone’s web site and *really* want to see the video — and find that the link is a dud. 😉

          But – oh, SRV was a master of that growl, wasn’t he?! 🙂

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