A Haiku A Day Keeps The Doctor Away

Golden leaves

Leaves on a car roof

Sunshine on a cloudy day

Summer reflections

No sunrise today

Gold leaves on a night-black car

Drive the gloom away

About Basho Barr

Inspired by the great Japanese Haiku master, Matsuo Basho, I try to capture a daily moment in a small but perfectly formed Haiku.
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1 Response to A Haiku A Day Keeps The Doctor Away

  1. Basho Barr says:

    It won’t let me leave gaps between the lines. This is meant to be two separate haiku, not one repetitive one.

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