bean vines growing wild
untamed late summer garden
ravaged by weeds, heat
Filed under haiku
Tagged as August, garden, green beans, haiku, heat, summer, weeds
Nice little snapshot of your garden. Ours is still flourishing but beginning to see the wilt on the edges of the leaves. No beans, though. They don’t like high desert.
Thank you so much for reading and commenting – we are experiencing a drought- so our season is a bit short
that last bit captures well the pain of the drought this year…it has impacted so many and will continue on into the winter as we feel the pinch of loss of crops…
Brian – Thank you for your close and careful reading of my haiku- unfortunately I fear you are correct and we will all be pinching our pennies come winter.
That haiku was my garden last year, and why I gave up–the heat has been a bane on us all. A lovely poem.
Nice, I can see the battle of vine and weed!
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