Haiku Sunday #4 – More of My Neighborhood

For this week’s photo challenge, we were asked to share a picture of our neighborhood and I posted a view of the snowstorm through my front portico. If you imagine looking just to the right of that portico, you might see this on a warm summer day. This young buck likes to hang out there cooling himself and enjoying the shade. So here’s your haiku challenge: either write a haiku about our Mule deer friend or about what you might see outside your front door!

Young Buck

Young Buck

Smiling for a pic
young buck sleeps in the cool shade
Is that a problem?

23 comments on “Haiku Sunday #4 – More of My Neighborhood

  1. ninagrao says:

    Citrus trees abound
    Banana trees and mountains
    Blue sky, what a sight

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  2. unkempt yellow grass
    red bicycle abandoned
    wheelbarrow left berift

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  3. Pat THorpe says:

    Beautiful deer!

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  4. unfetteredbs says:

    Dangerous
    Covered with ticks
    Go away

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  5. Carrie Rubin says:

    For once there’s no snow
    In its place is bright sunshine
    Going for walk soon

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  6. marydpierce says:

    Love your neighborhood, Cathy!

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  7. Lifeboats of ice
    Hugging the shores of Lake Mich
    Melting away

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  8. aFrankAngle says:

    Young buck posing for picture
    Seems to want a treat
    But unsure if it is right

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  9. Cathy Ulrich says:

    Volted fence out back
    Keeps him from my veggie patch
    Must settle for shade

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  10. What a amazing photo, it is almost as though he posed for you.

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  11. First glimpses of Spring
    Flowering trees and ducklings
    The smell of cut grass

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  12. ok here goes! (after 20 minutes of deep, hard effort for my first attempt at haiku!!) 😀
    She sits docile and meek
    Serene on a bed of tender green
    A heart leaps in delight!

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