My Shangri-La beneath the summer moon, I will return again
Sure as the dust that floats high in June, when movin’ through Kashmir.~Led Zepplin
For day 17 of the challenge, we’re are to write a Haiku (you can find it here) because they have 17 syllables. As I already mentioned in Word to your mother, a few days ago, that I do not write poems. However, I am a Pagan and we are, as a people, generally connected to nature. Haiku’s are often about nature. I think I can handle this….. Famous last words right? In haiku, the first line has 5 syllables, the second 7, and the last is 5 syllables.
Colors: Both of my boys are color blind, one is red-blue colorblind, while the other is red-green color blind. They’ve recently developed some amazing glasses that reflect at different wavelengths, allowing those that are colorblind to now see color. Because of this amazing invention, I write colors, for my boys.
Colors all around.
Do you get to enjoy? No!
Maybe that will change.
A little cross-section of color!
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