A tanka based on Madison Woods’ photo prompt.

Jan Morrill Writes

Sorry to be late this week. I’m in Dallas taking care of my son after his shoulder surgery. But when I saw this week’s photo prompt by Madison Woods, it elicted a yummy, tingling taste in my mouth, and I had to take the opportunity to write about it.

This week, I’ve written a tanka, which is like a haiku, but its syllable structure is 5-7-5-7-7.

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Fragile, white petals,

circle the first whisper of


Fruit plumps and ripens to red.

Tangy, sweet bursts on my tongue!

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