Bright berries abound.
Solstice larder for the birds
when frost captures worms.
Author: Sarah Potter Writes
Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. When stuck for words, she sketches or paints instead. She's into nature conservation, sustainability, gardening, dogs, natural health, and reading. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.
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7 thoughts on “Autumn haiku #7”
Beautifully capturing the season. Lovely photo too!
Thank you, Naomi. So far, I’ve taken all my photos on my mobile phone, but have just had a camera for my birthday, so who knows what pictures will be coming soon? Can’t wait to get some telescopic shots of birds and butterflies. Got to get my head around all the instructions first.
I get such enjoyment from taking photos. As a poet and a storyteller, you will see stories everywhere, and you will have the perfect photos to pair with your literary works. And sometimes a photo tells a wordless story that is just as eloquent and stands alone.
Lovely. And the frost is capturing the worms today. X
Yes, for the last week or so I’ve noticed the birds have taken to foraging in the trees, having given up on the ground.
Glad you liked the haiku. I know how fond you are of things that slither, slide, or scuttle 😉
Could we have a few more woodlice?
Not seen many woodlice lately, so obviously they’ve all been gobbled up by our avian friends.