Sarah Potter Writes

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Monday Morning #Haiku 172 — Fungi

In woodland’s dank shade
Summer slides into Autumn
Fungi hosts leaf-drop

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19 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 172 — Fungi

  1. Love this Sarah, I love that line ‘summer slides into autumn’, it holds so much promise.

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    • Thank you, Andrea 🙂 And you being the nature expert, perhaps I can ask you what sort of fungi those are, so I can add their name as a tag to this post. The nearest picture I could find online was of some kind of edible fungi, but don’t want give them the wrong name and cause someone to eat something poisonous!

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  2. Now it seems like a Monday with your haiku appearing in my mail box. Summer is hanging on here, but sooner rather than later, autumn will make its appearance.

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    • Yes, I’m back again with my Monday regular, but have loads of catching up to do with reading my blogging friends’ posts. Will visit you soon and see what you’ve been up to whilst I’ve been away…

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  3. Love this… “summer slides into autumn” and “fungi hosts leaf-drop”

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  4. Happy autumn. These are lovely evocative words to start it with

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  5. Beautiful haiku. The waxy rhododendron leaf will survive its hosts and see the spring 🙂

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  6. Beautiful work!

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