Today’s Haiku

38dandylion

The dandelions have

changed color

is that it, is summer over?

Copyright © 2008 Jim Sizemore.

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2 Responses to Today’s Haiku

  1. liat says:

    Dear Mr Jim,

    I love both picture and haiku. The word dandelion comes from French: dent de lion, teeth of lion, to describe the dented leaves. Interestingly, their common name in French is pissenlit; The French eat the leaves, harvested when they are tendered. The vinaigrette to go with is usually mustard base.

    I hope to see you on the dance floor tonight. Happy New Year!

    Liat

  2. Jim says:

    Thanks for the comment, Liat, and the French lesson, AND the dances last night. All great fun.
    Jim

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