Haiku for walkers….

My fellow TWP bloggers have been upping the ante lately so I thought I would try my hand at a couple of haiku to describe our Saturday walk. We had a great turnout, including newbie Liz. It is great to be back at our lovely cemetery.
For those of you that can’t remember (I couldn’t) – haiku is a short form of Japanese poetry characterized by, amongst other things, 17 syllables set out in lines that are 5, 7 and 5 syllables long.
So here goes:
1.
Carpet of fall leaves
Stirred by our tramping feet.
Walkers morning bliss.
2.
Our busy lives shared
With warm words and scrambled eggs.
We walkers at rest.
Remember that everyone is welcomed to join the Tuesday Night Keeners. We meet at 6:30 at the pub or on the corner. And don’t forget our up-coming social on the 21st at Harbord House.

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