summer’s end—
rearranging gravel
in the Zen garden

4 Responses

  1. Melissa Spurr Says:

    I love the implication that a sort of realignment–of the gravel, of one's life–is necessary at summer's end. This is a wonderfully suggestive haiku, Carol. Very fine work.

  2. Bobbie Troy Says:

    A calming poem for the end of my hectic day. Love it.

  3. gillena cox Says:

    a nice juxtaposition of new cycles

    much love

  4. martin1223 Says:

    summer’s end
    a horse races behind it’s shadow

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