Sunday, September 16, 2012

Yard-Art-Work

red dirt hands
shades of green grass knees
yard-art-work

A bit of haiku for Haiku Heights and Kerry's Firefly Jar at Real Toads

21 comments:

kaykuala said...

We can pick all those messing in the gardens. Nicely MZ

Hank

PattiKen said...

Who knew yard work was so colorful? That's not something I'll ever discover for myself.

hedgewitch said...

Yes, all the color doesn't come from the growing things, for sure. (You forgot to include the purple-yellow bruises and the sore back blues, though.) Loved it, and you know I can relate.

Heaven said...

These take a lot of hard work ~ Good one MZ ~

Fireblossom said...

Did you dig up any bodies? Hey, just askin, Yoda. ;-)

Susie Clevenger said...

Ah gardening is colorful.. :)

beccagivens said...

love this one!!
September Heights - Grass Neath My Feet

Brian Miller said...

ha...the yard art work go tme thinking...we have this house here locally...and i need to get a pic...they have like a 7 ft tall flipflop in the front yard...been there all summer....and just this week a 7 ft tall lighter showed up too...

Ella said...

I love yard art work ;D
Well tended I must say~

Hannah said...

Yes!! We love this here, too!! Nicely done, Mama Z!!

sreeja harikrishnan said...

Colorful.....

happygirl said...

Cool Haiku in sweat equity.

Kerry O'Connor said...

Sounds like the perfect way to pass a Sunday.

Margaret said...

... I'm sure yours is lovely, but I've see some "yard art" that should be against the law. :)

manicddaily said...

Pollock gardener. k.

Teresa said...

"yard art work" What a wonderful term!

Fred Rutherford said...

fun play on words here, really nicely done MZ.

Marian said...

yeah, nice!

Lolamouse said...

Love haiku, love art, yardwork...not so much! But I do love your poem!

Pat Tillett said...

Good one! I haven't done haiku in years. I had it all in a book, but I have no idea where it is now...

ayala said...

Nice!