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Fall to Rise

Seasonal moments in haiku

By P. K. GaniPublished 2 years ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read
Fall to Rise
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A note in pieces

windswept amongst fiery leaves

words unsaid: unread


The swift bird swoops down

to forage hedgerow berries

picking at rations


A warm dappled light

dances over the woodland

breaking dormancy


Pollen laden bees

buzz across the wild meadow

a new bloom unfolds

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P. K. Gani

I'm an avid reader exploring fragments of my imagination and revisiting moments in writing. I hope others enjoy what I piece together.

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Comments (2)

  • Rachel Deeming5 months ago

    I love the images you give us in these haikus. Are they each related to the seasons? I feel like I'm going from cold to warmth.

  • Nice work 🎯❤️

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