road between tree branches

Trail, road, or highway,

this restlessness draws me to green places wherever I might find them, and yet there are so many ways to define what is green.

beyond the pain – new views of old places

Linked to Carpe Diem Tokubetsudesu #50:  One-Bun.  What’s a “one-bun”?  It’s an ultra-short haibun that includes one line of prose and one haiku.  The title is included in the first line of the prose; the haiku is written in single-line form.

Here is an example from Jim Kacian:

The light

of the most distant stars, which describes for us the size and age of the universe, won’t reach us for aeons, leaving us to imagine …

dark space the red shift of my mind

(c) Jim Kacian

And here is our host’s response:


shares its sweet perfume as this summer day runs to an end, while I enjoy the coolness and the warmth of her naked body next to mine …

hot summer day the sweet scent of Honeysuckle and the one I love

(c) Chèvrefeuille

pine trail

13 thoughts on “Trail, road, or highway

  1. I like that. It is a kind of restlessness that makes us go seeking the green places. The line about there being many ways to define green is intriguing.


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