Daily Haibun, August 25th – Rain


It’s been raining on and off all day. With a few splashes of sunlight in between. It’s still fairly warm, but autumn is lurking around the edges. Small changes is leaf colour. A chill in morning and late night air. The migratory birds is busy eating all they can before they fly off. Most bumblebees, bees and wasps are gone. Occasionally there’s a butterfly to be seen. We’re in the betwixt and between weeks. When one season is being changed for another.

Before summer goes

She dances with wild Notus

As wet hot winds blow

©RedCat



Read other Haibun’s written for the monthly dVerse prompt by me here.

Read other Daily Haibun’s here.



Image credits:

First image: Photo by Max Bender on Unsplash
Second image: Statue of Notus (or Notos), Greek god of the south wind, at the Palace of the Four Winds in Warsaw, from Wiki Commons
Third image: Photo by seth schwiet on Unsplash

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