Monday Morning #Haiku 178 — Autumn Leaves (02)

Leaves tinged by autumn
Still glued to tree after storm
Stubborn to the last

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.

9 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 178 — Autumn Leaves (02)”

    1. Dear Rochelle,

      I love autumn, too. And, yes, I’m with you about winter, although only when it’s shivery, grey, damp weather. I adore it when it’s blue-skied and frosty, and then I’m bursting with energy and enthusiasm. The only problem is that where I live it’s seldom the latter in winter, so most of the time I have to work hard to override a deflated and unenthusiastic mood D:

      I’m glad you loved the haiku 🙂

      All best wishes,
      Sarah

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      1. I don’t like extreme temps and live in a part of the world that tends to extremes. Go figure. I hope you received my email. I’m never quite sure about gmail these days.

        Sh’vuah Tov, which means A Good Week
        Rochelle

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    1. I think we’re a bit behind with Autumn down on the south coast. My begonias and geraniums are still in bloom and producing new flowers! No doubt Jack Frost will put an end to that, when he puts in his first appearance!

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    1. It’s the apples and not the leaves where I live — a patio and lawn covered most days with new windfalls that are too bruised and pecked by magpies and jackdaws to eat. My dog likes munching on them though! xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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