falling on stacked firewood, autumn's first leaves 252: September 9th 2019 | bottlecap
hitch- hiking—the butterfly passes her by 251: September 8th 2019 | bottlecap
as night falls—the kitchen's shining onions 250: September 7th 2019 | bottlecap
I’m still jet-lagged. I want to fall asleep around eight and wake up five. I wouldn’t mind that if it weren’t for writing haiku. I like to put down my haiku in the evenings, but I’ve been falling asleep as I think through them. I feel like my efforts have suffered. The haiku feel like rough drafts. I may continue to work with them. In the meantime, I sit with this one a little earlier this evening.
pumpkins— round as the late summer's floating moon 249: September 9th 2019 | bottlecap
heat lightning—rain glitters on a caterpillar's back 248: September 8th 2019 | bottlecap