Opinion: Haiku Corner

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By Cheryl Procaccini

 

fog rolls. sits heavy.

bright wildflowers, like lanterns,

reveal the path home

 

house wren’s bubbling trill

claims its spot in this morning’s

feathered orchestra

 

bush monkey flowers

open to the sun, ready

to share sweet nectar

 

walking up these hills,

i’m slower than I once was.

i see much more now

Cheryl is a resident of Laguna Beach and writes Haiku poems inspired by the local flora and fauna around her. She is also a certified EMDR psychotherapist and the creator of Birdsong and the Eco-Wonders BirdsongTV.

 

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