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__I see with young eyes, an old mirror. Here, I hope to offer... as I see.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Near the pond's out-let brook, the seed fare.

blue-jays
sifting through fallen leaves
brook sounds

17 comments:

Vesper said...

The feel of autumn... wonderful...
A striking portrait!

Bill said...

That's a picture of autumn, all right.

Moonie said...

A soft bed
autumn faithfully crunches
birds aloft

What a wonderful time of year- The doe keeps a sharp eye on her young, the birds a sharp eye on the berries, and I watch in envy.

Magyar said...

__I thank you for your 'striking' complement Cora, that feel of autumn!

__Bill, after that autumn picture fades, do we not... quickly look for the green?

__Moonie, -autumn's chunch-, I truely like your echo! We keep a sharp eye, see beyond.

__I thank you friends! _m

Jan said...

What a lovely and wonderful painting you have created in my mind with this Haiku~

My blog disappeared for about a day. I have no idea where. But this morning it is back and everything is still there that I can see. Must be the season :)

Jan

Moonie said...

Oh now I hear the "plop." Was it a fish? the bird???

Nick said...

Brilliantly held - the turning of seasons. Thank you for this.

Magyar said...

__Jan... your imagination seeing beyond the words!
__Moonie, there would be any number of sounds or songs from any brook... hear as you will.
__The turning seasons; Nick, I wonder if living in the tropics is tedious?

Thanks friends! _m

Frank... said...

A capture of Autumn. Nice one Magyar...

Magyar said...

Thanks for your visit and comment, Frank. _m

Lorraine Renaud said...

in a few words: A Magical World, bravo Doug, this is stunning

Iris said...

nice, nice, nice, Magyar, I like your mood :)

Magyar said...

LL and Iris
__Good to see you both! I thank you both for your visits, and I hope all is well! _m

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely!

rangewriter said...

I'm there.

Rachel said...

Lieber Magyar,

ja, die Bachklänge passen gut, lächel...

herzlichst,
Rachel

WritingsForLife said...

You paint such lovely pictures with so few words :-)

You have a lovely blog here - I'll be coming back :-)