Harvest Haiku

23 Oct 2015 Ruth L Snyder

This morning I received this invitation from my friend, Lisa Evola, who moderates the blog, A Beautiful Life:

I’d like to invite each of you to write a harvest haiku.
In case you don’t know what a Haiku is, it is a japanese poem that follows  this structure: 1st line – 5 syllables, 2nd line – 7 syllables, 3rd line – 5 syllables : and creates a word picture.  I wrote two in response to a post on the Steve Laube Agency blog. Create one too. I’ve posted them on my personal page, and would love it if you could leave them in the comment section of my personal blog.  You can see mine here: http://lisaevola.com/2015/10/23/harvest-haiku-too/
I decided to participate, so I wrote a Haiku and then added it to a picture I recently took during harvest here in Alberta.
I encourage you to join in the fun and let me know where you shared your Harvest Haiku


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