Posts Tagged ‘harvest’

“Gunalchéesh”, Thank You, To Vineyards (And Orchards) For The Fruit: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

November 19, 2016

After the Harvest/
I turn and thank the vineyard*./
It seems right to do.

Saying thanks to the vineyard and orchard, Nov., 2016, Thanksgiving time


Not Hard Swiss Chard: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

October 21, 2014

Swiss Chard bouquet -- from my garden to my mouth in 5 minutes
It was not hard to/
grow Swiss chard, so why did I/
delay the harvest?


Unknown Culinary Delight
Who knew, as the chard/
grew, what boiling, olive oil,/
lime and herbs would do?


I Could Yodel, It’s Sooooo GOOD!
Italian herbs and/
seasonings meet Swiss chard for/
a Alpine taste treat!

She’d Never Had Before
At 84, she’d/
never had Swiss chard before./
But now, she wants more.
Boiled Swiss chard with olive oil and Italian seasonings - 5 minutes from garden to plate

Unexpected Fall Rhubarb Harvest: Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

September 28, 2014

Late rhubarb harvest of the Rhubarb Hat Fan Club, Utah ChapterI like the surprise /
and joy of unexpected/
late rhubarb harvests.

Old Testament Principles: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

September 30, 2013

The corn long-ago/
harvested, I got a wave/
in the gleaners’ rows.

Get on with life: Revolutionary Contexting haiku

September 1, 2012

Water your garden./
Weed your tomatoes. Harvest/
your fruit when ripe. Live.

Fruit Harvest Feeling: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

June 30, 2010

Rose bloom hiding in a bowl of raspberries: CyranoWriter ConTEXTing HaikuSometimes the daily/
labors’ fruits reveal feelings/
deeper than first thought.