Sprout Again, a haiku by Robyn MacKinnon at Spillwords.com

Sprout Again

written by: Robyn MacKinnon



one tiny kitchen

sprout again… In December

get them on the mend



Illustration description: A cartoon image of the view through a window. Blue sky over snowy hills scattered with snow-coated evergreens creates a background to a potted plant on a cream-coloured window sill. The words of the haiku hover in the sky over the plant in black Brush Script Std Medium font. The potted plant consists of just 3 little sprouts in a terracotta pot. Each sprout consists of a single leaf on a tiny stem, just peeking over the edge of the pot.

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