summer eve
stuck in my teeth
a wild blackberry seed

4 Responses

  1. martin1223 Says:

    Yep, I enjoyed it too!

    faint stars
    the sidewalk stains
    of wild mulberries

  2. David Gross Says:

    We've been picking them for the last few weeks, my wife eats more than she carries to the house.

  3. Alan Summers Says:

    There is something about this time of Summer that always brings up Shakespeare. And yet an odd champion arrived, the covid-19 pandemic gave nature a thumbs up to thrive. Suddenly nature came home, the air was scented like quality perfume and…

    convolvulus–
    a bumblebee dithers
    over blackberry bramble

    Alan Summers
    Publication credit: Hermitage ed. Ion Codrescu (Romania 2005)

  4. Seren Fargo Says:

    A lot of berry haiku out there. This is delightfully unique.

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