Pedestrian – Photo Challenge

I like this one a lot, and so decided to put it here, also. This is the last week of “Introduction to Japanese Poetry”, and I’m really enjoying it.

asian lady beetle

Pedestrian at the Crosswalk

cross-branch travel
Asian lady beetle on foot
a common sight

air travel has appeal
but no snacks are served

Copyright © 2017-10-04, by Elizabeth W. (Lizl) Bennefeld.

Written in response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Pedestrian.


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3 Responses to Pedestrian – Photo Challenge

  1. Mara Eastern says:

    An intriguing one, and a lovely photo to go with it too!

    • Elizabeth says:

      Thanks! I think that I will continue doing these (haiku and tanka) every day, practice until I get them right. They are lots of fun!

      I’ve just come in with 56 photographs of the dead-or-dying wildflower garden and fading leaves on the cotoneaster trees. Surely that will inspire another poem by the end of the day! ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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