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Summertime Haiku

By Berniegourley @berniegourley
Summertime Haiku

sun shimmer,
flashing off the waves,
summer drifts
tall grass,
from green to tawny,
summer's span
shady creek
between pines and pasture:
sun escape
bare soil in clumps and clods;
sun gone mean
far thunder,
rumbling skies and rain scent:
summer storm

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