Taki – Waterfall – July 10, 2015



[gushing fountain]
roaring among the rocks
ah – misty shower
caress of a water fall
refreshing my heated brow

© G.s.k. ‘15

Many years ago, when I lived in Tuscany before the birth of my last son, we stayed in a country house near a small water fall.  The most delightful thing was going into the woods to stand under the pounding water after a long hike, it seemed to caress my body with delving fingers, removing the heated fatigue of the hot summer day.

caressing waterfall
kneading my weary limbs
with loving fingers

© G.s.k. ‘15

Written for: Carpe Diem #772 Taki (Waterfall)

Here are the first two haiku written for CDHK … one by our Chèvrefeuille for his first prompt the other by Amrit Sinha who entered the first haiku ever for this fantastic blog!

waterfall of colors
leaves whirl through the street –
departing summer

(c) Chèvrefeuille

the stars rain tonight,
angels clap in sheer delight,
waterfall of light

(c) Amrit Sinha