Sunday Morning Sunlight brings more Haikus.

Best friend sleepover

allows a sunday morning

hike of just us two.

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.

Butterflies flitted

in sync with soca music

wafting through the breeze.

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.

Carnival fetes have

begun, flamboyant costumes

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even in forest.

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.

Trinidadian

sunlight in January

turns forest ablaze.

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.

Making even the

humblest of flowers rise

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up in allegiance.

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.


Brazen sunlight barges in

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shy grey bird softly alights

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island sunday morn.

.

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.

Endless crimson field 

of sorrel stretches and yawns

as the day wakes up.

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.

Mysterious pods

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hang perfectly still, as though

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they will never burst.

.

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With banana leaf 

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wings and  rusted gear halosunwalk23

I greet the morning.

sunwalk25(photo credit to Junie Pereira)

If you leave a comment, why don’t you try leaving it in Haiku form?  5-7-5.  Try it, you might just like it!

4 thoughts on “Sunday Morning Sunlight brings more Haikus.

  1. a new day dawning
    forever brings fresh promise
    of endless wonder

    (This is my impression of Trinidad that has been imprinted upon me through your experiences. Thank you!)

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