Sheaves of wheat tied tight Golden hay rolls lay in fields Apples fill baskets Farmers see fruits of labor and the Harvest moon shines down Christine Bolton - Poetry for Healing © Frank Tassone's Weekly Haikai Challenge This week, write the haikai poem of your choice (haiku, senryu, haibun, tanka, haiga, renga, etc.) that alludes to the Harvest Moon (meigetsu). Image by David Mark from Pixabay
Christine, I saw every bit of this yesterday on my drive north. A beautiful time of the year that you’ve captured here.
Thank you so much Lisa. It is a very pretty time, that’s for sure 🥰
You’re very welcome.
This is very evocative.
Thanks Ken ☺️ I appreciate it.
Now, that’s a harvest. Well captured.
Thanks so much Pat ☺️
My husband and I farm in Iowa…this tanka describes the fruits of harvest beautifully.
I’m so happy you liked it Lynn ☺️ Thank you!
My pleasure 🙂
I feel that visual. Its like a time of peace and rewards of hard work.
Yes it must feel that way for farmers when they have a good harvest. Thanks Darnell ☺️
Wow, love this tanka
Thanks dear Jude ☺️💕
Beautiful one dear
Thank you! I’m happy you liked it ☺️💕
What a lovely poem Christine.
Thanks so much ☺️💕