Monday Morning #Haiku 80 — Autumn Leaves (01)

Virginia Creeper leaves on Grass

Leaves shout their colours.
Flushed, they demand attention,
dying in glory.

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. For her, sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

16 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 80 — Autumn Leaves (01)”

  1. That’s one thing about the Northern Hemisphere – the Autumn colours – not something we see all that much this side.
    Beautiful photo Sarah, and well put – dying in glory indeed…

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    1. Thank you, dearest Sherri. I’m in danger of running out of photos as I’ve been lurking indoors too much, concentrating on the “big project”. Must go somewhere interesting with my camera soon! Maybe we should try to meet up when you said. The New Year seems miles off, but then you’re doing your big project, too, so maybe we should wait. Hugs to you, too xxxx

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      1. Hope it’s all going well dearest Sarah. I’m still keeping those dates open, so let me know. It does seem a long way off doesn’t it to wait…have a think and let me know… More hugs in the meantime! 🙂 xxxx

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      2. That’s a perfect analogy Sarah (you are such a great writer!). Must be the same clothing that the time gobbling monster wears 😉 Got your emails, many thanks, so sorry I didn’t get a chance to reply over the weekend, will do later today…and I hope you have a good November Monday dearest Sarah 🙂 xxxx

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