Friday, November 14, 2008

falling leaves
hide the path
so quietly

John Bailey
Autumn haiku


Anonymous said...

lovely haiku to accompany your autumn image

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This haiku also applies to my post today Deb. Love your photo.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely beautiful photos. And a perfect poem to illustrate it.

Thanks For 2 Day said...

Hi Debbie,
Thanks so much for stopping by last night. I've linked you to my blog, also! I will stop by when I can...and by the way, I love poetry, Haiku's included. That's a nice one! Jan

inadvertentfarmer said...

That is my new favorite fall photo I've seen this year...just stunning!

BTW...just added you to my blog roll! Kim

ybonesy said...

Hi there. I noticed your blog in the links on our dashboard today, so I came to take a look.

Your photographs are beautiful. I love this tree. I was recently talking about how the trunk of trees seem to deepen almost to black in the fall and winter. I wasn't sure if that was only certain trees. I notice it in cottonwoods, especially. Yet this tree has a similar thing going.

Looking forward to checking out more deeply your words and photos.

Jon said...

Lovely photo and haiku....I am into interesting trees and Japanese maples in particular.
It is always a treat to visit your lovely blog and read your interesting posts.

Jon at Mississippi Garden


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