Tackle It Tuesday

Tackle It Tuesday

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Today is Tuesday and that means
Tackle It Tuesday. Just what are we creatively tackling ~ not fish ~ Japanese haiku at the highlighted link blog above hosted by Chevrefeuilles at his haiku blog for Tuesday. The prompt word is: 'raindrops'. Below are my haiku ~ enjoy and check out Tackle It Tuesday.



how real today rain
raindrops watering the dry earth
 parched earth happy.


dark clouds, dreary look
rather sad feeling, no sun
earth needs water now.


sky opened up, rain
raindrops falling on my head
childhood fun walking.

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  1. Nice set of haiku Carol. Love the painted picture you made with these words.
    Thank you also for being part in "Tackle It Tuesday".

  2. I know the feeling... so nice you have put it in a haiku. :)

  3. It's a relief when raindrops fall. Nicely written, Carol!


  4. how could we not resist raindrops falling on my head? (i did a variation)

    five raindrop senryu

  5. We are getting some much needed rain --- and I have to agree "parched earth happy"!

    Musical Raindrops

  6. We seem to be on the same theme - earth and childhood / children. nicely done.

  7. A delightful set of haiku.

  8. I like them all carol. The last one is my fave because I like to walk in the rain.


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