General Poetry posted October 8, 2017


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4/6/5 haiku

Native blue sage

by Gypsy Blue Rose




native blue sage
basks in late September's sun --
Indian Summer



 


Recognized


Blue sage is a Native American flower that grows in Southern United States from July to October

Haiku doesn't have to be 5/7/5, just less than 17 syllables. The reason is because Japanese and English syllables are different.
source: http://www.nahaiwrimo.com/home/why-no-5-7-5
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