Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku Last year’s leaves remain sheltering delicate buds with crisp copper robes AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on February 9, 2017February 8, 2017 Posted in haiku, i phoneography, NatureTagged Haiku, Lazy Poets Thursday Haiku, Nature, Photography
14 thoughts on “Lazy Poet’s Thursday Haiku”
Shelter on. It’s not much longer. Another exquisite haiku, Gilly. I’m waiting for the Zakopane household to stir, and have a bit of rare-in-the-middle-of-family leisure.
What a wonderful surname! Have a good day Meg, I expect they’ll be off home soon 🙂
Hugs darlin! Wish I was there 🙂 But I can picture it!
They’re a squidgy mess up our way, Gilly! 🙂 🙂 I was slithering through woodland just the other day. Happy Thursday! 🙂
Crisp copper robes…..I love it, Gilly!
Me too. 🙂 Perfect!
Lovely words. Perfect description. And the picture makes me long for fall again.
Gorgeous, “…with crisp copper robes.” Lovely picture, Gilly. ❤ ❤
Oh I love that .. crisp copper robes! 😃
Last year’s leaves remain – and new leaves are growing – metaphorically …
new leaves will come – soon …