Friday, April 15, 2011

Haiku My Heart


Tall blades felt the scythe,
and fell away to reveal
A new learning curve.

Having taken a short break from Haiku My Heart Fridays, it's good to be back. This haiku was inspired by some yard work earlier in the week.  Even a perfectly groomed lawn has a few potential weeds.  So, it is with the "best laid plans."
If an economy of words teases your mind, you'll love visiting Rebecca's blog.  She shares haiku enthusiasts' posts each Friday.  Just click here(Photo from Flickr)


8 comments:

Leslie said...

lovely. and the path looks inviting... it is my first haiku in a while, too.

rebecca said...

oh you have been missed!
i love this verdant invitation to walk s l o w and smell the fresh wings of Spring.

may the learning curve always teach love and offer peace.

Ramesh Sood said...

Yes, a learning curve that entices to walk..beautiful..

Kimmie said...

that's beautiful :)
I love the play on words with the curve

Meri said...

Such beautiful softness!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Sometimes we have to be scythed too...

Lonely Sentinel

gemma said...

Beautiful green, a beckoning path, singing birds...lovely to learn about this stop on my blogging trail.

Margaret Pangert said...

This is deep countryside with high grass growing... And the angle from which you took the photo does reveal that "learning curve" (nice play on expression!). What a beautiful, beautiful location, and the bird song transports me there! (I love the bunny's wiggling ears!) Thanks for this visit! xxox