frost in the air …
this urge to rake again
the ashes of autumn

 


4 Responses

  1. magyar Says:

    __ Nice Marion_! This, a humble echo from the chill. Smiles_! _m

    in a colder day
    my name crosses this window
    scratchings on its frost

  2. Al Fogel Says:

    Hello Marion:
    So poignant ! A wonderful emotionally impactful ku. Hope all is well with you. E-mail me.

    All love forever,

    Al

  3. Alan Summers Says:

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    Autumn aka The Fall is an intriguing season as we have too long been used to the late Spring resurgence of nature, and then the warmth and sometimes heat of Summer. We can be taken by surprise in the Northern Hemisphere on both a natural history level as well as on a personal plateau.

    Autumn can be seen as a time for contemplation after the holiday atmosphere of the warmer side of Spring and the heat of Summer.

    It has provoked in me many feelings such as:

    drifting rain
    my hundred autumn rooms
    to be alone

    Alan Summers
    Best of Mainichi 2012 (Japan 2013)
    Anthology Credit: A Vast Sky, An Anthology of Contemporary World Haiku (Tancho Press 2015)
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    And
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    am I the ghost
    of a child who died before me?
    autumn deepens

    Alan Summers
    Haiku Novine ISSN 1451-3889 (December 2012)
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  4. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Hi Marion P! :)

    I found this a very atmospheric ku, since for us November is the month of the Holy Souls and all the bonfires have been extinguished, leaving ash in their wake. Very effective.

    marion

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