Carpe Diem #366-Volga River

Russia’s pulsing vein
reflects deep history of
Mother I hold dear
 

For Carpe Diem #366. This month we are traveling with Paulo Coelho in his novel Aleph. Today we cross the Volga River, the

photo credit: http://www.riverart.net
Volga River running through Moscow

longest river in Europe and seen as the national river of Russia, a country with a rich heritage and culture. Head on over to Carpe Diem and travel with us as we take the Trans-Siberian Railroad on a journey of discovery.

Hope you enjoy.

Happy Reading and Writing!

J. Milburn

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10 thoughts on “Carpe Diem #366-Volga River

  1. I like this haiku a lot … you have said almost everything I used in my post in a haiku …chapeau!

  2. Beautiful! I like it a lot.

  3. “Russia’s pulsing vein”…you couldn’t have been more spot on… Very picturesque and emotionally rich.

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