autumn equinox –
among the pilgrims
a blink of eternity

8 Responses

  1. Marilyn Hazelton Says:

    Autumn as a reflection of the cosmos and more . . . lovely!

  2. Arlene Teck Says:

    in the air
    what are they all

  3. Mary Rowin Says:

    I am receiving two duplicate e.mails from you and there is nowhere on your email manager to delete one and keep one. Please address this issue somehow. Thank you.

  4. Alan Summers Says:

    Dear Mary,

    Perhaps try "tinywords Mailman interface" when you click SUBSCRIPTIONS top left.

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    I've been getting two emails to one account and one to another one, but as they are easy to delete, it's a great reminder too! :-)

    warm regards,

  5. Garry Says:

    Allusion to the story of the three wisemen following the star?

  6. Eugene R Mariani Says:

    last leaf
    autumn sighs

  7. janewilliams Says:

    Lovely! And from the Southern Hemisphere …

    spring equinox
    all the flowers
    I don't pick

  8. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    The autumn equinox is when the northern and southern hemispheres are equally illuminated and then the nights begin to get longer. Have the pilgrims "seen the light" for a brief moment or is this the narrator realising that man will forever search for meaning? A deep and thought-provoking haiku, Goran.


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