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11/06/2009

Friday Haiku - Season of Change

Haiku Friday



The seasons now change
The trees growing more naked,
The weather, colder.

Days can be dreary,
Evenings come quick, dark too soon,
The moon, bright and chill.

Leaves lie underfoot,
porches are bare of flowers,
Summer decor gone.

Soon will come winter,
Then will come Spring, but first comes,
this season of change.


Ndinombethe.

14 comments:

tiff(threeringcircus) said...

Beautiful Lou. Just like you.

Shadow said...

enjoy the changes of nature... nothing to do but.

calicobebop said...

You said "naked!"

[insert childish giggle]

Great poem - I love the changing of the seasons. My favorite part of the year!

moneythoughts said...

I like fall, a beautiful time of the year. Love seeing all the different colors of the trees and the winter sky is beautiful too.

Grandmother said...

Recently returned from a 3 week vacation to the northeast at peak foliage. What a treat! Like your poem- lovely.

Hyphen Mama said...

Yes! Yes I will!

Hyphen Mama said...

See what happens when I've got more than one window open? My previous comment was intended for Thursday's post.

As far as seasons... I just wish autumn would last about 3 months longer.

CaraBee said...

It is a welcome change for me. I love this time of year.

OHmommy said...

I'm thankful for the season changing. It makes us appreciate each stage. Great poem, Lou.

melissa said...

you are absolutely an amazing writer.
wow.

Velvet Verbosity said...

This was beautifully done. Makes me long for Spring already!

Indigo said...

Eloquently written dear friend. (Hugs) Indigo

Momisodes said...

So true. So beautiful.

This part of autumn is when I get this underlying feeling of dread. Perhaps it's the lack of sun, but I'm already looking forward to Spring.

Eve Grey said...

I love this Lou. Very melancholy.