Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
I can't believe it's this weekend! This year is passing too quickly.Yes, there are so many memories of Halloween past wrapped up in the day...I love seeing the lighted pumpkins.
__Harvest(s), such an importent word as it blankets all things.__Words, feelings, thoughts, deeds, beets and being, and so much more; most importantly... the family nurture of their children. _m
who would not smile....very nice, Magyar :)though i'm a city dweller, i hail from a farmer family -- so i know both the toil and joy that goes with harvests :)Happy Halloween to all, Magyar and those here -- a friend once showed my some photos and it scared the hell out of me :)wishes, devika
I don't know about your pumpkin, but mine is going to be pie shortly!
Oh, it's lovely:)
Shakespeare said, "Brevity is the soul of wit." You have it down perfectly!!
Autumn´s chill arrivedAll the crickets went silentThis cup filled with port wineThe grapes bleed into the barrelA new season,a new reason to smile._Happy new season my friendBB
a harvest of sweetsthe delight in children'strick o treatmuch lovegillena
oh yeah those cute little bunnies and turtles, just saw a huge one pass my windows, cats freaked lol
That's cute :-)
Good one M... I'm deep into the harvesting of beets - next year only half that many rows forevermore :) Such a delightful, colourful and ever so thankful time of year...
beware of those smiling pumpkinsHappy Halloween Magyar!
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love your blog,enjoy your poetry more.welcome to our poetry community.keep shining.xxx
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