sails browned by age
ancient are her treasures
footprints set in stone
The haiku prompt at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is Bulgaria
footprints in the sand
to here and there and nowhere
and the gull flying
cold journey ahead
warm sunshine arms await
footprints in the snow
Kristjaan at Carpe Diem inspires us to follow Hando’s footprints in verse. I welcome the warm sun and sands.
Today’s welcome inspiration –> Kyoshi Takahama and shutting my eyes
me tsumureba wakaki ware ari haru no yoi
shutting my eyes
I find a young me found
in the Spring evening
Look through time’s window
she pours over Tolstoy
hearing him not me
Silent I follow
quiet footprints mark my path
traversing life’s way
Thanks to Kristjaan who inspires wonderful haiku. Today is no except. Please go over to his site Chevresfeuilles Carpe Diem and see what I mean
Photographs: “Reading Tolstoy” and “Sandy Path” both these works are copyrighted by the artist (Clare 1981) and the photographer.
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