Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,
Today our prompt is natsuake (summer morning). This can refer to every summer morning, but mostly this kigo was used for the first summer morning after the summer solstice. (To place it in this time, that would have been June 22th). I have sought the Internet and found several haiku which can be used here as an example. Here are a few example-haiku about natsuake:
riding an ox, asleep
the hay cutter
the summer night turns dawn...
(C) Kobayashi Issa
without having slept - the sun rises
a nightingale's song