A trifecta (3) of haiku in reverse chronological order, from a camping trip in eastern Washington

we went camping far away

in land mirage hot (thunder, rain at the end of each day)

daydreamed between drownings in glacial waters


No forest without water

No blackbacked woodpecker cleaving chips from a snag

In late july, sixty-three-hundred feet up, so cold, so good


We forgot our cellphones

We did, I swear, camping by a lake

It only took one day, one night and being out of range


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