threatening grey skies-hushed breath of cold wind rattlingashen leaves of fall Ronovan Writes Weekly #Haiku Challenge 130 Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge No 201
burnished copper leaves-swans pause in meditationplacid reflection Author’s Note: Written for Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge No.199#Photo Challenge.
Autumn’s red maples-decaying leaves litteringthe sodden footpath Frank J. Tassone: Haikai Challenge #159 Fall Foliage
among wildflowerslace winged butterfly resting-before the rain falls Carpe Diem Haiku Kai: #1833 Butterfly
Happiness is NOW! It isn’t tomorrow. It isn’t yesterday. Happiness is like a morning glory: Yesterday’s won’t bloom again; tomorrow’s hasn’t opened yet. Only today’s flower can be enjoyed today. Be happy this very moment, and you’ll learn how to be happy always.- Goswami… Continue Reading “#Haiku: Morning Glory Blues”
rearranging timeshift from long days and brief nights-shadows of autumn Frank J. Tassone Haikai Challenge #157 Autumn/Spring Equinox
autumn’s errant breeze-crackling leaves break still silenceglassy lake ripples