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The Wheel of the Year

Quadru-Haiku entry 2

By Ash TaylorPublished about a year ago Updated about a year ago 1 min read

Spring brings heavy rain.

Great floods turn the wide green plains

Into deep blue lakes


Summer is deadly

Hot weather brings bush-fires

Renewing the land


Leaves fade to gold in

Autumn with its rich soil and

heady earthen scents


Now winter, the air

Grows crisp and chills to the bone,

Cold fingers biting.

nature poetry

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Ash Taylor

Lover of fantasy and all things whimsical. Currently studying Writing and Publishing at UNE in Armidale, Australia. Living on Anaiwan land.


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  • Rayn Babout a year ago

    So good! I love your references to the seasons

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