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Friday, October 22, 2010

__Some 'I-net' problems... it comes and goes; next week, a new provider of that service. >'Bong, bong, plunk!'<


falling acorns
pumpkins make this hollow sound
first frost

16 comments:

joo said...

We've alread had the first frost!
I love your haiku - as usually:)

sandy, from gardenpath said...

I love the sights and sounds of autumn. These lines were so good. Wish I had an oak tree handy.

Cindybrown said...

I love fall!!! Great haiku!!

BB said...

The knife scars a smile
Halloween is close
A kid´s dream
Trick or tread ?
First frost.

A simple Cinquain,and i hope your Net problens will be solved soon my friend.
Warm regards from Portugal

Janice Thomson said...

Ah that first frost - a time of change both outward and inward...love this M.

TALON said...

Hope the technological problems disappear, D. They can be irritating.

The haiku is lovely...here the sound is of the black walnuts falling...

Last night, we had some wet snow...ugh! It's too soon!

Frieda said...

Beautiful!
We had the first frost two nights ago...

Marinela Reka said...

Lovely write.
Enjoyed your blog, great work!

Short Poems

Lorraine said...

love everything about this Doug, bravo

Frank said...

Autumn is really here now when one sees pumpkins for sale. A fine haiku haiku, Magyar...

Judie said...

Wonderful haiku for autummn. Glad I found your site.

Magyar said...

__I thank you, my friends, for your kind visits and comments, and I extend my welcomes to you, Marinela, and to you Judie!
__I truly thank you all! _m

Rachel said...

Lieber Magyar,

du hast es wie immer geschafft, den so bunten Herbst in so wenige Worte einfließen lassen - ich bin begeistert!

herzlichst, Rachel

Magyar said...

Liebe Rachel
__So froh, dass du wie mein haiku... wie ich lhre Gedicht... Wir schein ahnlich zu denken, wie immer. _m

John McDonald said...

enjoyed this M
john

Devika said...

had to imagine all of that...a good seasonal haiku, Magyar :)

wishes,
devika