At The Farm (Haiku #11)

Silvery gray clouds
gently move from place to place;
Sheltering farmers.

by Jez C Brul

Comments (9)

The farmers who toil in the open field are exposed to the heat of the sun. So the clouds form themselves as an umbrella over their heads! Great Haiku!
clouds bring shadow-rain Farmers enjoy both in fields Lives go green to live /// nicely penned nice 10+++++
Farmers working in their fields are sheltered from the piercing beams of the sun by clouds hovering! A beautiful haiku on an everyday experience! (10)
A perfect haiku for form and you paint a lovely rural scene-clouds that shelter farmers.
From place to place! Movements! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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