Creative Writing and unfinished business…
September 4, 2014 § 8 Comments
autumn leaves quiver
in the fading light –
a stag roars
Image courtesy Dan Kitwood. Taken in Richmond Park, London
Tagged: autumn, haiku, nature, poetry, stag, sunset
October… we’re in September Rachael!, light can still wait for fading…
beautiful; comme toujours 🙂 Have a nice day!
It begins already here… so beautiful.
Enjoy your day 🙂
Rather lovely – also the memory of Richmond Park from days of adolescence were ignited by you words and pic. At about 18 years of age – the worse for something I care not to say – I was chased by such a stag! A very close shave.
Aww! So pleased to have reminded you of your misspent youth 🙂
So much movement here, Rachael. Quivering, fading, roaring: a swirling dance of colors and passion, fading and fulminating. Like a vortex of jeweled autumn leaves…or lives. Love it! xoxo
Thank you, Chloe! Autumn as a primeval everlasting forest. xxx
I like the word “roars” in the third line. It gives the poem that unexpected twist.
Thank you! It took me a while to get that vital shift in the last line…
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