Based on her comment regarding my recent visit to the Blue Ridge Parkway, in North Carolina, the talented & lovely Arizonian poetess – Michele Lee – provided inspiration for me to write this poem:

Morning in Mountains

Drawn to dawn of day
Nature reveals her beauty
Rejoice in warm love

© 2021 Phil Perkins

This photograph is available on prints in my gallery.


29 responses to “Haiku”

    1. I’m glad you like it, Natalia ~ thank you 🙏😊

    1. Thank you, dear Diana ~ I’m glad you like it 😊🌹

    1. As do I, my friend ~ thank you Susie 😊🌹

    1. Thank you so much, my dear friend Gabriela ~ I appreciate your kind comment and wish you a splendid day & week ahead. 🤗🌹

      1. My pleasure Phil. May you have a splendid day. I’m mood for submission? You have an open invitation 🌸

        1. You are very kind, dear Gabriela ~ thank you. 😘 I’ll get organized and send you a poem, soon.

          1. Great. Looking forward to it 🌸

  1. lovely way to start the day Dear Phil!! 💖🌷🌷

    1. Right on, dear Cindy ~ thank you 🤗🌷

  2. This haiku of yours Phil fits this setting perfectly. 🌄 Michele certainly has a way to inspire through her poetry, especially surrounding nature doesn’t she? 🏜 How lovely my dear friend! I loved your reflections of an early morning sunrise. It is indeed warm love! 💖 💘 💝

    1. You are very kind, my dear friend ~ thank you so much. 🤗🌹 Indeed, Michele does have an inspirational aura about her. I’ve always enjoyed sunrises, and especially from mountains. 🙏

      1. Oh yes, you and me both. I don’t get to see the mountains as often as you do. 🌄 I live about 3 hours from Asheville and I always enjoy driving that way or towards the western side of Virginia. So picturesque! Thanks for sharing Phil. 😍 🥰 😘

        1. My pleasure, dear Kym. Beautiful areas for scenic driving, indeed. 🚗🌄😍

  3. A lovely haiku by a talented Tennessean. Phil, your photo deserves the credit for the poetic inspiration, but thank you for your kind and generous mention. 🌞 🙏🏼

    1. You’re certainly most welcome, my friend. It’s always easier for me to write poetry when inspired, and, honestly, the photograph was an afterthought. I thank you, Michele. 🪄✨✍🏼🌞🌹😘

  4. This view reminds me of photos I’ve seen of Radar Hill in BC, Canada.

    1. Cool, I always enjoy mountain top views. 🌅

  5. Great work Phil, such a lovely Haiku 💜

    1. So kind of you to say, Bree ~ thank you 🤗🌹

  6. Very nice, Phil! You are multi-talented!

    1. So kind of you to say, my dear friend Tiffany ~ thank you 🙏😊

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