Midsummer Rain

softness of warm rain
born and bred in sun-filled clouds
sprinkling the senses

Kim M. Russell, 23rd July 2019

Related image
Jack Vettriano, The Singing Butler, 1992 – image found on Wikipedia

My response to Carpe Diem #1708 midsummer rain

Today we have another classical kigo to work with and the prompt is ‘midsummer rain’.

8 thoughts on “Midsummer Rain

  1. ah, the gentleness, the non-relief, of soft hot rain …. you’ve explored this in such an interesting fashion here Kim … and I suppose, rain (is rain, but isn’t – LOL) is still welcomed for being …. wet. This is delightful to just savour. And the image is wonderful too!

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