behind the tree, tied tightly
to catch the warm sun
I am running out of time for this post, how apt! Feeling the TENSION.
Ronovan’s haiku prompts his week are TIGHT and WARM
To be perfect, the haiku needs to have several elements included in these 17 (or 11) syllables.
This one has a reference to the season ✅ to nature ✅and I believe there are opposites represented with ‘shadows’ and ‘warm sun’✅.But try as I might I have not been able to get the two sentences to work. 🤔 The first two lines and then the 2nd and 3rd lines should stand alone as complete sentences. The good thing is that there is always next week to have another bash at hitting the haiku jackpot.
This is one of my two fig trees, a Portuguese fig, held by taught, tight, tights against a south facing wall. Last year was the first year I had any edible fruit – 4 figs. Hoping for more this year.
please go to the Photo Challenge Page to find out more about our 52 week challenge, where you will see all 52 prompts listed. Graphics created so beautifully by Rainbow Jane.
Next Week’s Prompt: EXTRA
What would you photograph?