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homecoming - Haiku

For this month, Carpe Diem Haiku Kai is travelling with Basho on the Narrow Road into the Deep North.

In one the experiences recorded by Basho, a farmer lends his horse to Basho, saying, 'There are hundreds of cross-roads in the grass-moor. A stranger like you can easily go astray. This horse knows the way. You can send him back when he won't go any further.'
On reaching a small village, the horse is sent back.




the steady gallop
returning to master
homecoming

©Nimi Arora






Prompt by and Shared with-
Carpe Diem #871 The Narrow Road continues: for a while; a summer mountain; even woodpeckers
http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.in/2015/12/carpe-diem-871-narrow-road-continues.html









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