Haiku Poem – 庭の兎

star burst
bunny tails blur
summer migrants

(Ben version)
うらにわ や しほうはっぽう でる うさぎ

(Michiko version)
とびだした ウサギ の えさ は にわ の はな

Since I live near a small forest, it is not unusual to see animals near my home or in my backyard. In the winter, I often see deer. However, in the summer, I frequently see rabbits in my yard. The rabbits probably wait for the warm weather to come out and play. Although the rabbits probably eat some of my flowers, I think they also eat some weeds as well. Sometimes when I walk outside, I accidentally frighten the rabbits and they run away in all directions.


Collaborative Haiku Poem
– Ben Clark
– Japanese by Ben Clark and Nakamura Michiko
– Photo by Ben
Des Moines, Iowa アイオワ州デモイン市
ベン クラーク

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