Blog Post #59
Don’t you love summer? The sunny days, blue skies, the scent of flowers blooming, the sound of a summer rain, endless walks on the beach … yes, summer is my favourite season. I know it isn’t summer yet, but it sure feels like it with all the hot weather we have been having here on the coast — makes it hard to believe that it is still spring!
Thinking about this gorgeous morning (I’m about to start my work day), I feel as if I would rather be back at the lavender farm I visited on Sunday. The delicate fragrance of the lavender still lingers in my mind. The peace and tranquility of that excursion will stay with me for a long while — a place I can go to when my day gets too hectic.
Since it’s Haikuesday (again!), I am going to extend my memory of that lovely visit by posting this weeks’ little poem. I remembered to try 17 syllables in a more free form style, rather than the 5/7/5 of our traditional Western way. What do you think, does it work?
Lavender with scented breath / Calls the passing bee / purple cloudy haze
What is your favourite season? Share a story in the comment section below!
Brynne’s Daily Drawing #59