Trees still and quiet
Warmth of sunlight faintly felt
Soon to be snowing
AshiAkira. Author of "Haiku Poems" and "Haiku Poems II" (www.lulu.com/shop/ashiakira/haiku-poems/paperback/product-23152158.html). Old resident of Tokyo.
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I like them all, as you know…
I’m really grateful. 🙂
Again a lovely build-up this time from warmth to cold.
I love the way your poetry brings me inside the quiet and warmth, savoring the last moments before winter arrives…
Thank you for reading my haiku poems. I feel honored.
Good job, dude… summer to winter in two lines…
Oh, and “dude” is Northern Cali slang for “my friend”….
I can’t find an eqivalent in the Tky area to your “dude” . So I have to borrow yours. Thank you dude for great comments. I’m really encouraged. 🙂
I Love this poem, growing up in Connecticut the changing of the leaves was brilliant, they seemed to shout out with their colors but once the leaves all dropped to the ground the concert was over and stillness remained.
You may enjoy my husband site where you can add your poems to the “living haiku anthology” http://www.underthebasho.com
Thanks for sharing your poetry,
Thank you for reading my haiku poem. I feel honored if you liked it. And thank you also for letting me know of the “living haiku anthology” on your husband’s site.
We already saw a glimpse of snow on the 25th. Brrr…