Earth Day



So many people

Large anthills all over this ball

How do we compare



Protecting our Earth from harm

Challenging polluters gain



Photo: Dwight L. Roth

This is for Frank Tassone’s Haikia/Haiku Saturday challenge using the word Earth for upcoming Earth Day tomorrow! If you have ever stepped on an anthill in your bare feet you will understand this poem.

#Haikai Challenge #30 (4/21/18): Earth… #Haiku #Senryu #Haibun #Tanka #Haiga #Renga


6 thoughts on “Earth Day

  1. Somewhere in my yard I also have biting red ants! But I can smell them when I dig in the garden.
    Humans are not quite as sophisticated ant colonies, which seem to have more co-operation.
    Your photos remind me of all the unnecessary building in our area. Finally though some of the abandon stores are getting a second use. I did a haibun for this prompt.

    I hope to get to last weeks entries, but I was away. At least it is warmer here, at home. It was 20 to 40 degrees colder where I was.

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  2. Pingback: #Haikai Challenge #31 (4/28/18): May Medley–(Late (cherry) Blossoms (Osozakura), Star Wars Day (May 4), or Mary (Marian Month) #haiku #senryu #haibun #tanka #haiga #renga – Frank J. Tassone

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