16 May 2009

the lanes
heavy with chervil -
spring thunder

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1 comment:

RBroeker said...

The football haiku was very open to me, but this one seems to be locked: chervil-bordered lanes and a thunderstorm ... what does that say?

Well, the amtopshere is somehow taut. We hear the thunder, but the storm is not yet here. The green in these lanes becomes darker and darker, the smell of chervil reaches my nose. For sure rain will start soon. I am waiting for being released of this tension.

Best wishes

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