through autumn leaves a teal-trailed wake of light


11 Responses

  1. Dirk van Nouhuys Says:

    lovely, both calm and exciting

  2. susanrogers Says:

    I love this poem. Evocative, simple, eloquent. I wish I knew how to reach the poet because it evokes an image from a poem of mine I would love to share with him.

  3. CraigRStevens Says:

    Winter Winds Blow
    leaves left behind by Fall
    into oblivion

  4. ly_la Says:

    all the new ones very strong; hungarian translation:

    őszi lombon át
    smaragdzöldcsóvás fények
    sugárörvénye

  5. yahoo-VQ2WFDBT3XSSYIMZMJV4DF4PWU Says:

    hi john i like because it's peculiar in spots like i like. marlene

  6. susanrogers Says:

    I love this poem. Evocative, simple, eloquent. I wish I knew how to reach the poet because it evokes an image from a poem of mine I would love to share with him.

  7. CraigRStevens Says:

    Winter Winds Blow
    leaves left behind by Fall
    into oblivion

  8. ly_la Says:

    all the new ones very strong; hungarian translation:

    őszi lombon át
    smaragdzöldcsóvás fények
    sugárörvénye

  9. yahoo-VQ2WFDBT3XSSYIMZMJV4DF4PWU Says:

    hi john i like because it's peculiar in spots like i like. marlene

  10. Alan Summers Says:

    Nice rhythm, with an 'almost' dissonance section. Good to see fine examples of one line haiku.

  11. Garry Eaton Says:

    It’s hard for me to visualize a ‘teal-trailed wake of light.’ What is that?

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