Waterfalls: Crystal Clear : A Haiku
The Haiku: Mica Falls
Cold, shiny metal,
In the crystal clear waters,
Shimmering down by the falls
About the Poem
This poem was inspired by my eleven year old daughter when she visited Mica/Rainbow Falls near High Hampton with her sister, Ma-mere, and Gaga over the last Thanksgiving holiday. It was only appropriate to share it with you this Thanksgiving holiday.
© 2011 bellartdesigns
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