stump with fungus caledonia

even the trees
after three days of rain

Linked to Carpe Diem #748: Clouds, where our host Chèvrefeuille has shared a wealth of haiku with us.  Here are a few – please read the original post to share them all:

after the rain
breathing deeply
white valley clouds

© Jane Reichhold

on the river’s bank
already it’s a moonlit night…
billowing clouds

(Tr. David G. Lanoue)

mysterious clouds
changing images through the wind
ah! what a sight

© Chèvrefeuille

Vincent Van Gogh.  Wheat Fields at Auvers under Clouded Sky.  July 1890.  Wikipedia.

Vincent Van Gogh. Wheat Fields at Auvers under Clouded Sky. July 1890. Wikipedia.


23 thoughts on “even the trees

  1. Wonderful observation, and another post in which words and image complement each other so well. In your last email you mentioned envying musical ability, but really – I do think poetry and photography might be enough 😉


    • Very glad you liked the post, Janice 🙂
      Yes, it’s my photo — I had a very blurry photo from the woods and used PicMonkey’s “graphic novel” filter — and voila! Crappy photo — rescued! 😉


      • I did hesitate to write that comment for we look up to the haiku masters so much. It was a genuine response to your haiku though. Maybe because your haiku came from lived experience it felt uncontrived and original. It leapt out me when I read the haiku sequence you posted


        • It was a “good” blush, Suzanne — so no worries — I was quite honored. 🙂
          It’s great to be able to share these experiences — filtered through my own vision and not necessarily through a classical filter. (If that makes sense?)
          Thank you, Suzanne 🙂

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