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2014/08/22

Lazy city dawn (haiga)

 
 

 Lazy city dawn 
 
 
© Clr - '14

 
 
lazy dawn
winks bashfully
river waits
© Clr - '14
 
sun peaks lazily 
heads nodding off 
bus Cha-Chas
© Clr - '14
 
sleepy drivers 
honk, sigh, sipping java, 
auto pilot
 
 
© Clr - '14
 
city dweller
rudely roused
construction crew
 
 
© Tournesol '14
 

 
 
 


14 comments:

  1. I like your new background Cheryl Lynn and your haiku/senryu are really beautiful nice post ... thanks.

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  2. thank you! I found a photo (finally) I took last Fall and was so happy to see it fits perfectly:)

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    1. I have sooooo many city photos from my other blog and had to choose...I was looking at my old haiku from last year on Traces and some are pretty good, may edit a few but they were inspired by photos and not bad at all. Will slowly transfer them here.I need an admin asst!

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    2. I need to pick your brain on blogger...

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  4. Very apt - and real sounds and sights of the city.

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    1. Thank you, I do love the city even though I need my solitude with nature too.

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  5. If you're like me, you hate to be rousted out of sleep by loud noises. I so identify with your last haiku!

    San Miguel Morning

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    1. Oh I do not like to be aroused...even my alarm is soft soft music that starts with a whisper.

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  6. City in all it's miserable glory.. I like them all

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  7. Thanks so much! I think my fav is the first one because I still remember staring and waiting for that sun to rise while I was still on the bus at 5:45am

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  8. City life, street life all rolled into a telling set. Nice haiku.

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    1. Thanks city or small town, sunrise and sunsets are gorgeous anywhere...well, okay, by the water is best:)

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