Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Haiku: Viewpoints


California’s May:
Tall brown grass in open space.
Fear spreads like fire.

Hand-in-hand we hike:
Either I lead or you lead.
Dog lingers behind.

[Go to One Deep Breath for others' viewpoints displayed in poetry.]

8 comments:

Miscellaneous-Mum said...

Lovely shot. reminds me of our landscape, acutally

Stacey said...

Oh it looks sooo dry! Kinda like my yard in late July, lol. Happy WW

Scribbit said...

That is a beautiful photo and the words paint it a second time.

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely photo! I enjoyed your words too!

Anonymous said...

Oh yes, Montana can be on the verge of a flaming breakdown in the summer. It's hard for me to imagine May as being a danger month. The haiku really says that. I really like the second one too; so immediate and tender.

Clare said...

You're so right about the fear of fire. Yikes. I really like your haikus and photo. And I like the line "either I lead or you lead" -- that's sweet.

Tammy Brierly said...

I grew up in the bay area and now I live in the foothills (soon the mountains). Fire is a big fear in CA but your first pic reminds me of home :) Lovely haiku.

Mimey said...

"Fear spreads like fire"

I liked this.

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