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Haiku: Autumn Pallette

on September 18, 2017

Red cheeks of apples
Gray squirrels a-scurrying
Bright flaming orange leaves

Blue skies overhead
Soft green grass still a-growing
Crazy quilt glory

In Response to Daily Prompt: Glorious


21 responses to “Haiku: Autumn Pallette

  1. What you’ve described is glorious Ina! Those fabulous autumn colours and the remnants of summer.

  2. Oh I really love this one! Makes me feel warm and cozy!!

  3. vivachange77 says:

    I’m happy to hear it does, Lynn. Thanks.

  4. Christy B says:

    Love the inclusion of “crazy quilt”!

  5. micketalbot says:

    a memory
    grannies crazy quilts
    eat your heart out
    Dolly Parton… jokingly
    nice one Ina

  6. Eric Alagan says:

    Both haiku convey the season. Good ones!

  7. vivachange77 says:

    Thanks for your comment. Today the weather receded from the 80’s and 90’s and I think fall is finally on the way.

  8. Dalo 2013 says:

    Autumn has jumped on me so quickly this year ~ but excited it is here, the “Crazy quilt glory” of colors along with a cool, earthy smells of this time of year.

  9. hbsuefred says:

    You’ve beautifully captured the transition between summer and fall, which recently has been anything but orderly!

  10. JoHanna Massey says:

    Glorious indeed. You captured beautifully what is just my favorite time of the year. Thank you for sharing your words.

  11. vivachange77 says:

    It is my favorite time of year, too – until a brilliant day of sun sparkling snow.

  12. vivachange77 says:

    Yes, it is my favorite time of year as well. Thanks.

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