Air weighted with damp.
Spiderless webs everywhere,
abandoned to mist.
This would have been perfect for Hallowe’en! 😉
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They all appeared overnight at Hallowe’en and have shrouded the neighbourhood ever since … a spooky happening, indeed!
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Very spooky indeed! 😯 Great haiku for the image, Sarah.
Yes! I see these all the time but never thought to photograph them, or to describe them so perfectly as “spiderless webs….”
Thank you, Cindy, for your lovely words 🙂
Just the time of year for all those spider webs isn’t it? But where the spiders indeed! Very atmospheric photo and perfect Haiku to match dearest Sarah… love it 🙂 xxxx
Thank you, dearest Sherri 🙂 Come to think of it, I’ve not seen a spider for the last three weeks. xxxx
Actually, now you mention it, same here…strange. Hope your week is going well dearest Sarah 🙂 xxxx
My week is proving quite productive, hence the creative muse striking me this morning after many weeks of hard work on the Big Project (see Friday Fictioneers) 🙂 xxxx
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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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