So for the next little while I think I will be writing Haiku . Haiku is a short form of Japanese poetry. The poem have three lines, with five syllables in the first and third lines, and seven syllables in the second lines for a total of seventeen syllables. Mine may not be the typical Japanese Haiku, but might be slightly adapted to my style at times. I also don’t think they typically have a title, but mine will have titles.


A sea of yellow

Butterflies fly; Autumn speaks

Frigid old man wakes

Migrating Butterfly

He appointed the moon for seasons; The sun knows its going down. Psalm 104:19



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14 Replies to “What Is Right Before Us”

  1. …and same type of butterfly feeding on the same wildflower!!! LOL
    lovely poem and beautiful photographs! the beauty of nature unsurpassed! 🙂

    1. Thank you. Yours I also beautiful. I was out chasing butterflies yesterday. I was hoping to see a mass migration.

      1. That’s pretty hard for me to believe—- that’s how good it was. Perhaps you should start posting some poems now and then along with your photos.

      2. I’m sure there is much more to it than I do, but I’m keeping it simple with the 17 syllables. The first and last line 5 and the middle line 7—that will be about the size of mine.😃😃

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