Haiku: Vibrant Edinburgh

Haiku: Vibrant Edinburgh
waiting for a bus
blue skies and crayon colors
unexpected Edinburgh

Sludgy skies turned to powder-blue last Sunday as I strolled down the Royal Mile in Edinburgh – and then colors popped out everywhere. That golden building is the Museum of Edinburgh, a worthwhile way to spend an hour or two.

It’s almost as if the pink-coated lady was posing for this post

Note: because February is National Haiku Writing Month (NaHaiWriMo) and I’m a habitual haiku-er (is that a word?), all posts have a related haiku. For more Glover Gardens haiku, click here.

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