This has been my first month doing the Carpe Diem Haiku Challenges and I've enjoyed them a lot. I've made some beautiful connections and met some wonderful Poets. This has been a wonderful experience for me. Thank you to everyone in the Carpe Diem Haiku Kai Family and everyone that's supported me. Now to the challenge, write a haiku in the same sense tone and spirit.
The puddles on the pavement carry the moon, the stars (c) Hando and cherry blossoms.
snow melts on the path reflect the sun in gray skies capture tears of joy
I haven't found how to add the music yet, but I'm afraid its late in the month to start now. It's a lovely piece too, oh well. This poem is inspired by the music from the month long artist Adrian von Ziegler, Alvae, and my belief in Native Choice.
Blessed with a Daughter
Hands, of reverent care
Plant the oak, a symbol for
his daughter's birth
The Awe people are the most threatened native tribes on the planet. They live off the tropical forest that has seen 30% of the major area devastated by loggers. About 450 remain and of those 100 have no interaction with modern society. They have the right to live their lives the way the choice. Brazil, save the Awe!