Writings and Witterings

Haiku #60


Dusk, and the moon rises,
nicotiana scent wafts
with evening jasmine.

Polly Stretton © 2020

This is the sixtieth Haiku that I’ve posted on a daily basis since napowrimo 2020, and it’s also the last day of June, a good place to pause for the time being as I focus on my new collections of poetry ‘The Alchemy of 42’ and ‘Growing Places’ – look out for them – and thank you for reading and following.


4 thoughts on “Haiku #60

  1. Good luck with your next project.


    • Thanks Elaine, I’ve done so many projects for others over the past few years, now it’s time for me to get on with some of my own 🌻 I’ll post here from time to time and will try to keep up. 😊


  2. “nicotiana”–I’ve not heard that word before. How beautifully it floats off the tongue. Lovely Haiku as always, Polly.


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