Wine Haiku

Two Wine Haiku. Written at “The Wheaty” during Tasty Wine Walk #14 on Saturday night and presented to the assemblage in “The Deli” during dinner.

Pale golden nectar
Black bubbles from grape and vine
Glasses emptying
[PL]

Wine crowd gathers close
Bulbous grapes glistening bright
Let’s get drunk tonight
[KC]

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Two Haiku. (daily poetry prompt)

[It’s late here and there is usually something to see outside the window, whether by moonlight, or in this case, streetlight.]

Orange glow on wall
Leaf shadows about to fall
Night time quiet all.

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[A second haiku, because today was spent at my first ever Medieval Fair, which was a most enjoyable experience. Speaking about my poetry with some friends, it was proposed that their viking settlement re-enactment would be inspiring. Why yes it was!]

Fire smoke teases eyes
Drying meat and fruit nearby
Viking camp in sight.

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