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Waving goodbye - Haiku

This week's CDHWT episode is about "Mixing it Up".
It means - mixing up the action so the reader does not know if nature is doing the acting or if a human is doing it.

I am always struggling to write according to the rules of these techniques.
Giving it a try here again...

last glance
waving goodbye
grass sways

©Nimi Arora

Credits: Miscanthus (or Susuki)

Prompt by and Shared with-
Carpe Diem Haiku Writing Techniques #21 The Technique of Mixing it Up


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