Since Saturday is the first day of Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought I would present some Haikus about Fall. 


“Shards of colored glass, Autumn threw a rock and broke, God’s Church glass window”


‘The leaves and my hair, both in a feverish race, who will change first”


person standing near lake

“And as she moves on,  Autumn sends a killing frost,  Spring will never mend”

2 Replies to “Autumnal Haikus”

    1. Thank you John. That one came to me as I was walking last fall. Walking is probably the best way to stir creativity for me. I’ve come up with a lot of them that way.

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