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starts with a spark

By Heather HublerPublished 20 days ago 1 min read
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Flames lick playfully,

Munching on air and timber–

Is nature to blame?


Written for the Quadru-haiku challenge.

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  • Thavien Yliaster16 days ago

    Is nature to blame? No... Nature is to thank. For without nature we would not have the proper explanation for the way the world works. Is it a scapegoat? People will treat it like that. However, nature does not discriminate. Biology, chemistry, physics, etc. all are indiscriminatory laws that apply to everything.

  • Felt the heat

  • Joe Patterson19 days ago

    Good job Heather.

  • Daniel Jeyaraman20 days ago

    Humans are worst of all animals in this world. Beautifully penned, Heather. ❤

  • Jason Basaraba20 days ago

    Great visual with 'munching on air'

  • Whoaaaa such a powerful question! I don't think we can blame nature for it. That's like blaming nature for existing. Beautiful Haiku!

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  • C. H. Richard20 days ago

    Well stated! ❤️ Perfect image as well.

  • Subhi Najar20 days ago

    Love it!!!!

  • Cathy holmes20 days ago

    Nicely done. I'm pretty sure humans are to blame in alot of cases.

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