Monday, May 07, 2018

2262

[image courtesy Carpe Diem]


imagining
heated words between tribes -
echos The Pampas

© gillena cox 2018



Blog Hopping with

Carpe Diem #1426 Junin, Mantaro Valley
Chèvrefeuille relates... Until the arrival of the Incas the plains of Junin region known as the Pampas were inhabited by a semi-wild, rowdy group of people whose rivals were the Tarumas. Meanwhile, the Mantaro Valley was inhabited by the Huancas. Inca Pachacuti won all these races in 1460, which later became part of the Inca Empire... AND prompts... write a haiku based on his travelogue of Peru today

4 comments:

Kim Russell said...

I love that you also picked up on the 'heated words between tribes', Gillena!

gillena cox said...

Thanks for your appreciation Kim

Much🌼love

Kristjaan Panneman said...

Chapeau!

gillena cox said...

Thanks for your appreciation Kristjaan

Much♥️love