Poetry Friday: #MayKu

Thanks to Liz at Elizabeth Steinglass for all the poetry goodness today.

I’ve been trying to join in with Heidi Mordhorst and Liz Scanlon in writing haiku for May.

Today’s offering:

fuchsia blooms
offer hummingbirds
a lifeline

©jone rush macculloch

#mayku #haiku #haiga

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10 Responses to Poetry Friday: #MayKu

  1. Michelle Kogan says:

    Gorgeous poem and image Jone!

  2. maryleehahn says:

    What Margaret said. (I hate when I’m late to the party!!)

  3. Kay Mcgriff says:

    Beautiful photo and haiku!

  4. Liz Steinglass says:

    Gorgeous.

  5. cweichel says:

    Gorgeous photo and love that poem against the green pot!

  6. cvarsalona says:

    Jone, your photo is the perfect backdrop for your #mayku. What a great word to use: lifeline. I shared an autumn poem of yours at my sneak peek of the Abundant Autumn Gallery.

  7. lindabaie says:

    Beautiful fuchsia – hummingbirds will love that ‘lifeline’, Jone!

  8. margaretsmn says:

    The combination of the image with the hanging pistils and your “lifeline” word choice works well for this poem.

  9. It’s a lovely haiku, Jone. We’re keeping an eye out for our first hummingbird of the season.

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