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Monday, September 15, 2008

Haiku for Seed




One Single Impression posts:

Thanks to Teri of Teri's Mandalas for this week's prompt of seeds.




pods drop
sink into September earth
...spring blossoms



autumn wind
releases next year's crop
airborne seedlets



gleaning finches
consume fallen fruit
pips snuggle into soil




14 comments:

Regina Clare Jane said...

Ah, these were beautiful- they made me feel secure and hopeful. The cycle of life continues...
:)

Pam said...

Beautiful haiku. My favorite is the first-- what patience!

zoya gautam said...

.."The cycle of life"_
both simple & mysterious..thanks for sharing this..

SandyCarlson said...

The image of snuggling into soil is wonderful.

susan said...

I like what you do. Thanks for read.

Quiet Paths said...

These all are deliciously full of hope; wonderful snapshots of nature changing seasons. You and I were on the same page...

Deborah Godin said...

Wonderful progession of the life process!

anthonynorth said...

Death and rebirth - the way of the world.
Enjoyed them all.

Annie said...

Each so filled with hope and continuity.

Teri C said...

Each one is beautiful and just perfect!

Lirone said...

Loved the "gleaning finches" and "snuggling pips". And pods drop looks beautiful on the page - it's a little difficult to say aloud but that does force you to say the words quite separately which seems appropriate.

Beloved Dreamer said...

Sue, this is such a lovely hopeful poem. Like all seeds of life we can but water with hope.

love, Melanie

Joyce said...

I have not yet responded to the "seed" prompt, but wanted to let you know that I enjoyed your poetry, especially the one about the gleaning finches. Everything works out so cozily in it. :)

Lenore said...

Lovely, they all have the nip of fall in them. :)