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“ravaged” Haiku

April 4, 2016


for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge 91 Fray&Veiled

“ravaged” Haiku

frayed from man’s contempt
veiled by destructive chaos
Mother Nature sighs

©2016 Lori Carlson. All rights reserved.

  1. Love your haiku, Lori. Well written. Mother Nature sighs and is not happy with mankind’s contempt of its glory. 🙂

  2. Woow! She does indeed !💚❤️💛💜💙

  3. Powerful haiku 🙂

  4. Mother nature sighs, mother nature cries. *Sigh*

  5. Wow – every word in this haiku is power packed! It raised my hackles instantly and I was on the defensive…poor Mother Nature, damn destructive man!

  6. randommusings29 permalink

    I love this. So few words but such a powerful message

  7. Thank you, dear 🙂

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