wedding and bride



summer wedding
men in straw fedoras gossip
under the trees


The line one fragment sets the scene for a summer wedding; the line two and three phrase provides viewers with a view of men in their “straw fedoras” “gossiping under the trees. Readers do not know whether the scene takes place before or after the marriage; we only see them captured in a time snapshot wearing their summer hats and conversing under the trees—truly, a memorable Norman Rockwell moment portrayed in words.     john daleiden — “two are better than one” choice haiku



wedding and bride


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