33 thoughts on “Rainy Day Haiku

  1. Pingback: Rainy Day Haiku | Quotes & Things to Inspire You
    • Thank you! Wow, I’ve never been asked that before. I’ve read translations of Japanese Haiku, I’ve read Basho, Frost, Dickenson, Plath, Wright and many anthologies of many other poets. I studied poetry in college, contemporary, older and Irish. I still read them occasionally, I like to read them then stop and think.


    • They are angel wings or caladium. In my area, they are annuals, which means they are very rare. I grew some last year from gifts, and they were very beautiful. These are a neighbor’s.


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