Tag Archives: fall haiku

haiku about canes

One bloom climbing the rotted walking cane * Thin man, thin cane; long shadow * walking cane in dry grass leaving the present where it is * The stones in my mind are quiet and smooth. Advertisements

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haiku (fall)

a crow caws — the first black hole in the leaves you notice the year

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…crooning…

Off key crooning in the darkness: a neighbor braces for fall

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…notebooks…

notebooks in the window each reflecting a bit of harvest moon

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haiku

a crow caws — the first black hole in the leaves you notice the year

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