Haiku: Carpe Diem #68, winter grasses (fuyu kusa)

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Today’s Carpe Diem Prompt is Winter Grasses (fugu kusa).

Snow blankets the field
Made hay whilst the sun shone bright
Frosted Bail of grass

Frosted Bail of grass
Memories of Summer gold
Turns the ground purple

Turns the ground purple
Combine’s red with Moon’s blue
The Cow eats tonight

The Cow eats tonight
Winter grasses, chewed to cud
Snow blankets the field

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About jrbsays

Just a regular married father of three type of guy. Writer of Haiku, founder of www.DementiaJourneys.com and other bits and other bobs.
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6 Responses to Haiku: Carpe Diem #68, winter grasses (fuyu kusa)

  1. jrb, that last one (cows) is classic haiku. Niiice : )

    • jrbsays says:

      Thank you Lolly, it is more in line with the classic style…which is not my natural style. I’m pleased you liked it and thanks for the feedback 🙂

  2. yerpirate says:

    Yes,I liked the last one best. Nice ones.

  3. Very nice cascading haiku JRB, love the way how this haiku is built on and than … that last verse of the cascade … a surprise … cows …. Thank you for sharing.

  4. brudberg says:

    Very nice 🙂 the cascade flows so nice

  5. becca givens says:

    I like how this progressed and you ended with the first line …
    Winter Grass

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