#Haiku: Willow Branches

willow leaves fallen
clear waters dried up stones
one place and another


©Yosa Buson

bare willow branches
gray reflection on glass
perched high, a crows nest

©2019 Linda Lee Lyberg

From Carpe Diem: Welcome to a new episode in our wonderful “Never Change A Winning Team” month in which we celebrate the beauty of haiku. I have what they call “a writer’s block”, so I couldn’t come up with a beautiful episode today, therefore I have chosen to let you free …

You can make your own choice of a haiku, maybe there is a special haiku that means a lot to you, or you have a favorite haiku written by a classical or non-classical haiku poet, maybe you will introduce one of your own masterpieces … that’s all possible today.

The only thing I would love to read in your post is “Why did you choose this specific haiku?” and I challenge you to create a new haiku inspired on the haiku of your choice.

Author’s Note: I chose a haiku by a classical haiku poet, Yosa Buson because willows are one of my favorite trees.

Linda Lee Lyberg is a wife, mother, artist, published poet and author. She resides in Mesa, AZ with her husband Pete (aka The Big Viking) of 23 years, and her dog, Ricky Bobby. Linda writes various forms of poetry, as well as short stories. 
You can read more of her works at: charmedchaos.com
and on her Amazon Author Page

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