Carpe Diem Special *Jim Kacian’s “harvest dusk”*

Our source of inspiration on Carpe Diem Special this week is another haiku, written by Jim Kacian:

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harvest dusk–
sitting in the wheelbarrow
with the potatoes

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Writing my haiku, I tried to stay close to the same mood and spirit:

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potato field-
shining between muddy rows
red rubber boots

* * *
all shapes and sizes
piled up in autumn sun
-potato harvest

* * *
tractor growls
disappear in early dusk
acres of bare field

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Carpe Diem Haiku Kai

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10 thoughts on “Carpe Diem Special *Jim Kacian’s “harvest dusk”*

  1. A busy and dirty time. Where I live they shake the nut trees creating a dust fog that you cannot see through. Not great for breathing either. I’ve only harvested potatoes in a small garden cant imagine on the large scale. Great description!

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