Monday, 30 August 2010

Late Summer (3)

spider webs gleam in the low sunlight ~
the stark ochre architecture of dead umbellifer heads ~

11 comments:

Megan Coyle said...

Lovely words - I especially like the phrase small copper butterfly. And this is another poem that feels like summer to me :)

The Weaver of Grass said...

three perfect images for late summer Juliet.

Naquillity said...

great visual images you've presented for late summer. hope all is well.

Janice Thomson said...

Lovely images containing a hint of Autumn which seems to be coming quickly this year as we already had a first frost....

Gillena Cox said...

enjoyed this haiku; always like when you give us hypelinks; the copper butterfly is beautiful

much love
gillena

Tammie said...

you have captured the spirit so beautiful and what a gorgeous butterfly.

HKatz said...

I love the details that you notice and capture in writing.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Fun to read - the spiders are very busy here too.

bunnits said...

Great images. I love when the sunlight hits a field covered in spider webs and the whole things just glistens.

Lucy said...

Spider webs are here again!

Lovely evocative haiku.

this is my patch said...

I have spider's webs and dead umbellifer heads, but alas no small copper butterflies. x