Further to reach for sunshine,
light shrinks; dark lengthens.
Oh, yes. And the wind blows! It’s still dark, and I’m heading off into the storm to catch the NW Bookfest with your haiku to start my day and remind me that there is poetry even in November shadows. Thank you, Sarah!
What I love about haiku poetry is the way it seems to form itself out of the air, triggered by the most unexpected little things that suddenly come into sharp focus.
Thank you 🙂
You are welcome. 😀
Dark lengthens… and strengthens.
Well done! I spent the day raking leaves of autumn, and your post inspired me to write in the haiku format, though not with as much clarity as yours.
Lovely lengthening of prose and pose! 😀
Thank you. I love your play on words there 🙂
super Haiku, Sarah!
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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