Haiku by Pat Kopanda

the vulture
against a solemn sky
leaves no shadow

brown fields
waiting the plow
impatient gulls

egrets
hear the bubbling field
wade in


Haiku above by Pat Kopanda. Linked to dVerse Open Link Night.

Photography below by Frank Hubeny.

February
February

 

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27 thoughts on “Haiku by Pat Kopanda

  1. Three juicy haiku; I liked the last one best–something about the birds wading in, the story, the journey continues.

  2. Thank you Pat for the real haiku. I liked them all but especially liked the middle one best. I Don’t know about the render part because haiku are a bit emotionless. But I liked all of these. I miss your posting on Toads. You are an excellent writer.

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