Caragana Haiga

A spring seasonal haiga by Canadian poets Judi Suni Hall and Donald S. Hall

Carragana hedge haiga, a spring haiga based on life on the Canadian prairies. Poetry by Donald S Hall.

children play
under the caragana hedge
a meadowlark sings

haiku Donald S. Hall
photo Don

This haiga gives a view into life on the Canadian prairies. Caragana hedges were planted by the settlers as they grow quickly and tolerate the wind and drought. The flowers have sweet nectar that children love.