Our lines once ran true
Earth stirs and rolls deep inside
Last chance, one last chance
I've been working on another book (I use Blurb) and as a subject I've decided on Earth Portraits. I have many images of what are typically called Intimate landscapes where the subject is photographed as one would a portrait; different than say a broad landscape or macro or a busy woodland photo. In these the subject is obvious. Also, thanks to Jodie Hulden who commented on my post quoting Minor White noting the boulder begged to have a Haiku written for it, I've begun writing Haikus for the images.
This image from Kitchen Creek is an example. You can decide for yourself if it's a good or bad example.
I assume there are many ways a Haiku can be written but a typical format is 3 lines with a 5-7-5 syllable meter. Something I've carried with me from high school is that the lines reflect Setting - Subject - Action but I've found that really difficult to adhere to so I stray to wherever the image wants me to stray.