59 thoughts on “Signs of Fall Haiku

    • Wonderful, you are so welcome! I am listening to Call me Maybe from your website, it’s one of my favorites. πŸ™‚ “You’re in my way, I beg, borrow and steal… hot night, wind was blowing… this is crazy.” Love it!


      • You read my words. I read yours too. I’m going to whittle down the sites I follow. Yours will remain:) I believe some people like sites just to have theirs followed. Somedays I get a max of five visits.


        • I need to do that, too. Unfortunately, I can’t always match up all the blog names, gravatars, http addresses. They can all be different. I don’t want to accidentally unfollow a friend. I tend to remember commenters… Hugs, omtatjuan, you do what you need to do! Brenda


    • I stopped in my tracks. I must have taken 20 shots of that leaf, hoping it would not be blurry. I didn’t look up and see the tree shot until I went by later on my way home. Again, I had to just stop. I love the fall, actually, the colors and coolness and constant flux. Things are going to sleep, and I am a woman who loves to sleep. πŸ™‚


    • My pleasure! I personally am untroubled by Friday the 13th, sort of the ultimate in scary days. Come to think of it, I don’t seek it out, but the worry doesn’t get much play in my head either. I just can’t focus on that for long. I prefer to think in 5’s, my lucky number. πŸ™‚ Ah, spring, that’s a lovely time of year. But fall has it’s charms.


    • I hear you. For me the sadness doesn’t come from the changing of the season or the cold, but from the realization that next summer, my kids will all be a year older with their baby days long past. That just make me feel a tinge of sadness for the passing of a great summer when we all have lots of time together. I really enjoy my kids.


    • Thanks! That’s the first tree I’ve seen, the rest are still green. But it twisted my heart. Next summer, the kids will all be older, and my oldest will be a teen. Sigh for the passing of the days… Warmly, Brenda


    • This was my first cold morning walk where red leaves were beginning to fall. The rain was bringing them down. I was a bit sad. Happy the pictures turned out well, though. πŸ™‚


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