Haiku Carpe Diem Special #20, Chiyo-ni

Today’s Carpe Diem Haiku Prompt is as special based on this month’s Haiku Master Fukuda Chiyo-ni’s The flowering branch of the plum:

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taoraruru hito ni kaoru ya ume no hana

the flowering branch of the plum
gives its scent
to him who broke it off

My response to this prompt moves along the cycle to explore cuts and fruits in a 3-5-3:

The Best Plums
Deliver each year
Perfect Prunes

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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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11 Responses to Haiku Carpe Diem Special #20, Chiyo-ni

  1. kz says:

    i believe your haiku has made me hungry^^ lol

  2. I am a lover of all things prune, so thank you for your whimsy!

    Crushing One Blossom

  3. artmusedog says:

    delightful haiku ~

    Carol of (A Creative Harbor) ^_^ on Blogger

  4. WabiSabi says:

    As long as no one crushed those blossoms! I always arrive here with great anticipation to see where the prompt will take you! I am never disappointed!

  5. Look for A Lovely Thing says:

    Love it. I love the 3-5-3 form too. I am beginning to prefer them to regular haiku.

  6. JazzBumpa says:

    once a naive ripe plum
    now a wizened prune
    dry and wrinkled

    But still tasty

    Cheers!
    JzB

  7. eating prunes
    plum blossom fragrance
    far away

    I love your haiku.

  8. And so it is … great haiku.

  9. ElizOF says:

    Great response… and haiku. 😉
    Eliz

  10. yerpirate says:

    Really a haiku, a real image there.

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