A Haiku Poem
Leaves fall in Autumn
fertilizing earth below.
Spring welcomes new leaves.
Writer's notes. It's a beautiful day in North Texas. The Sun is shining brightly. The air is cool and crisp. The trees are naked and beautiful. While observing the trees, was reminded of the plant cycle.
This poem is entered into the Time Capsule Haiku challenge.
According to Vocal, "For this challenge, we are asking you to capture how a haiku can be a vehicle to represent a period of time or express the feeling of time."
Nature represents and expresses time perfectly.
Thank you for reading. If you like this nature haiku poem, you might like this one found here.
About the Creator
Barbara J Iversen, also known as Babs Iverson, lives in Texas and loves her grandkids to the moon and back. After writing one story, she found that writing has many benefits especially during a pandemic and a Texas-size Arctic Blast.
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Loved the cycle feeling of this piece from 1st line to 3rd. Beautiful!!
Lovely new spring morns.
Awesome as always, Babs!
"It's a beautiful day in North Texas The sun is shining brightly. The air is cool and crisp..." My frozen -16°C ass "Gee, this sounds nice 🤣" In all seriousness, Babs, this is a wonderful poem. You remind me Spring is closer than before 🤗
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Brilliant take on the challenge Babs. Well done.
Yes. The cycle of life 🥰 beautiful haiku Babs !
Beautiful... Nicely written!!!
Beautifully done, my friend
The plant cycle is beautiful! Loved your Haiku!
Great haiku... And the life cycle continues...
Beautiful ❤️ reminds me spring is coming 🌼
Beautiful imagery 🥰👍