Sunday, 17 October 2010

autumn haiku

a silver birch
patterned with fungi -
crows caw

7 comments:

Ben and Carrie Tracks said...

Haiku are probably one of my favorite things to write as well :) And autumn haiku -- even better ....thank you for stopping by our traveling wildlife biologists blog and leaving such a lovely comment - Glad you did so we could find your blog - excited to follow your adventures around gorgeous Edinburgh!

-Carrie
www.benandcarrietracks.blogspot.com

fairchildstreet said...

Thank you for visiting. Your poetry is beautiful. I have passed your blog onto my friend Margie who also writes haiku. http://latebloomerbuds.wordpress.com/
Charmaine

bunnits said...

Love the images in that one

leavesnbloom said...

Thats lovely - I can just picture that scene as the fungi are out in force just now.

EG Wow said...

Beautiful haiku! You are talented.

Megan Coyle said...

Beautiful images! Your haikus are always so beautiful.

Kay said...

wonderful imagery, evoking such a vivid scene.As a teacher I always encouraged children's haiku, and this would have been a wonderful example. I'm retired from teaching now and have time for more haiku of my own. Your lines inspire me.
Kay