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Young greens' brilliance... a Haiku

The prompt on Carpe Diem #651 is about Jinjitsu (January 7th), when there is the Festival of Seven Herbs or Nanakusa no sekku on which the Japanese cook a special seven-herb rice porridge.

Credits: Nanakusa - gayu



young greens
wink past the somber
- rice porridge




Prompt by and Shared with -
Carpe Diem #651, Picking Young Greens (wakanatsumi)
http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.in/2015/01/carpe-diem-651-picking-young-greens.html












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