Creative Writing and unfinished business…
August 13, 2014 § 8 Comments
the dew on a spider’s web
Image courtesy Chris Empey
Tagged: autumn, haiku, nature, poetry, spider's web
Another little classic infused with Taoist wisdom. Wonderful, Rachael.
Thank you, Chris. The sun shines this morning – have a good day.
Oh, a lovely gem, Rachael, glistening quietly but surely, in the sun. Thank you. xo
There is something about autumn. The smell, the light, the particular beauty of the trees… xxxx
And perhaps that’s what makes it so beautiful. 🙂 Lovely haiku, Rachael.
Yes. I’m looking forward to autumn this year. Some mornings I can sense its presence. Thank you. 🙂
Thank you! Wet spiders webs always remind me of being a small child!
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