Late Afternoon Storm Haiku

Late Afternoon Storm Haiku
[Wilmington, NC]

 

Storm fells big branches
while gossamer lines linger—
the strand between us

*

Long after strong rain
moves on, forgotten, moss on
branches remembers

*

Light flickers inside and out.
Dove on shed roof hears
a thousand unseen frogs

*

The day starts again
hours before dusk. In sunlight
palmetto fronds drip.

8 thoughts on “Late Afternoon Storm Haiku

      1. Muddletation

        Haha didn’t someone say always the student, never the master? You are far too kind 🙂

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