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Midwestern Haiku

Posted by Robert DuBois | Jun 13, 2010

Inspired, sitting in a café designed by Frank Lloyd Wright 60 miles north of Madison, WI, we each decided to write a haiku about our trip today – hands down the most beautiful day of our trip yet.

Post your response in the comments section – the rule? Haiku only (5-7-5 syllable pattern).

– Aaron –
Green fields all around
playing in water like kids
life is well-lived here

– Robert –
Mint-oriole plow
cuts undulating furrows
unknown to glaciers

Comments

CharBee said on Monday, June 14, 2010:

Bees buzzing know now
gathering love from flowers
gives food to us all

Megan said on Tuesday, June 15, 2010:

edible flower
greens, beans, radish and carrot
salad for dinner

colleen said on Wednesday, June 23, 2010:

long days
good dirt
beautiful people
happy trails

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