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Barefoot on the Green

A Haiku

By Real PoeticPublished 5 months ago 1 min read
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Barefoot on the Green
Photo by Naira Babayan on Unsplash

Encircled by green.

Barefoot, I walk on the grass.

Feeling Earth’s warm pulse.

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Eating grapes to start.

Picking flowers in the yard—

such inspiration.

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Horizontally,

I despise to settle in.

Vertically, I rise.

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The garden helps with

embodying the essence

of creating art.

nature poetry
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About the Creator

Real Poetic

Welcome to my imagination. ✨

I write poetry & short stories.

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Website: real-poetic.com

Instagram: @therealpoetic

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  • ThatWriterWoman5 months ago

    This felt like walking through a fresh Sping field! Gorgeous!

  • Kristen Balyeat5 months ago

    Gorgeous set of haiku!!! I really connected with this piece. 💫

  • Poppy 5 months ago

    Incredibly well written haiku!

  • Kendall Defoe 5 months ago

    Sweet and sensual!

  • These sets of Haiku were such breathtaking beauty! Hope you're doing well, you've not been around for some time

  • ARC5 months ago

    Wow... this just gave me actual tingling sensations in my feet and skin. Amazing, RP. Absolutely stunning 💚

  • L.C. Schäfer5 months ago

    "Feeling Earth’s warm pulse." - I know just what you mean!

  • This was so wonderful to read 💚✌️

  • Oh I love that. Makes me want to walk barefoot on the grass right now. You described it so well.

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