"Be obscure clearly." ~E.B. White
oh very nice patti...love the pick and the simplicity of this one...and i for one am glad...i love fall.
Noooooo! I've not enjoyed my summer yet!
yeah, i love fall.but i hate what follows.
Brian & Tom: I love fall too. It always feels like a new beginning. I think it has something to do with the "back to school" imprints left on my mind years ago.Jeff: See, that's the trouble with procrastination. Some things just won't wait. Like summer.
I like this picture, how the water looks like broken shards of glass... And the colors of the leaves, reflecting in the water, beautiful.
Beautiful haiku. Gonna read your other entry
I love the notion of autumn leaves as summer's shards. Nice.
It's amazing how much can be said with just a few well chosen words. Lovely picture also...
Great haiku. Powerful in so few words. I'm a fall fan myself :-)
So sadly beautiful, may our souls be soothed by the golden brown blankets of fall.
Haiku is my favorite. This is perfect. :)
Thank you for your nice comments, Everyone. I'm a big fan of fall. And it is a great time to wander with a camera. Mother Nature uses her best colors to paint fall here in New England.
stunning imagery.u never fail to amaze!
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and begins the fiery kaleidoscope of autumn...But not yet. I live in the south and don't see this display, but I grew up in the north and autumn was my favorite season.
Oh wow I love this especially the ending - great poem :)
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