Haiku challenge: Think & Fresh

Jane Dougherty Writes

This weeks haiku challenge tossed out by the inventive  Ronovan is to include the words ‘think’ and ‘fresh’.

These are my two attempts, the first sad, the second, joyful.

The painting is by William Henry Margetson

Remember

Think of me, warm lips,

my soft breath whispers love songs

beneath fresh-turned earth.

In two lines:

Think of me, warm lips, my soft breath whispers love songs.

My soft breath whispers love songs beneath fresh-turned earth.

William_Henry_Margetson_The_Seashore_1900

Return

Think of a fresh breeze

white sail billowing shoreward

turned tide brings love home.

In two lines:

Think of a fresh breeze, white sail billowing shoreward.

While sail billowing shoreward, turned tide brings love home.

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