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Monsoon joy - Tan Renga (Haiku)

splash on rock
a new journey begins
chirp echoes

an ache resounds my being 
adieu monsoons, live in now


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Carpe Diem "Time Glass" challenge is about writing a Haiku on the given prompt in 12 hours. This is the first time I am responding to a prompt in this challenge.
This week the challenge is to write a 'solo' Tan Renga, using the photo above and a haiku for inspiration.
The haiku for inspiration is -

gurggling valley stream
brings joy to the heart of Mother Nature -
Il Silenzio
© Chèvrefeuille 

Prompt by and Shared with -
Carpe Diem "Time Glass" #7, "Valley Stream"
http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.in/2014/10/carpe-diem-time-glass-7-valley-stream.html














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