Trucked

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Fruits and vegetables
trucked from irrigated farms—
who will buy today?
 
When you munch mangoes,
mind your manners, my munchkins—
no mindless dribbling!
 
Let your dreams bear fruit—
mangoes, bananas, apples
papayas and plums!

 
 
Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Early morning at the mercado, Zacatecas, México
 
More Sensational Haiku Wednesday with the theme “Manners” here
 
More The Thursday Think Tank with the theme “Market Days” here
 
More One Single Impression poems with the theme “Dreams” here
 
More PicStory #10 with the theme “Some Green” here
 
More Share the Joy Thursday ruminations here
 
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Posted on August 10, 2011, in haiku, market, mercado, Mexico, Monday Poetry Train Revisited, my digital photos, my haiku, my senryu, One Single Impression, PicStory, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday, senryu, Sensational Haiku Wednesday, Share the Joy Thursday, Thursday Think Tank, Zacatecas. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Only thing better than a good market is a garden

  2. oh this leaves me with watering mouth

  3. One of our most joyful thanks is fresh veggies from our son’s garden. Loved this post.
    QMM

  4. I was just thinking about the bag of cherries I ate all to myself whilst wondering around my home market town, had real cherry lips when I got home!

    Sue x

  5. let your dreams bear fruit….
    perfect!

  6. Those yummy mangoes cannot be eaten without a dribble 😀 We have a large variety growing here and those juicy fruits are best eaten straight from the trees!! Lip smacking and there you go another bad manner 😦

  7. Ooh…I would love to have a fruity dream 🙂

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