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Friday, February 05, 2016





The leaves begin to 
fall - and lie where they fall,
in the garden grass

Ryokan (1758-1831)

9 comments:

Lois said...

How lovely!

magiceye said...

This is brilliant!!

Magyar said...

__Nice choice, Joo, this, another Ryokan line. _m

"A single disturbed thought creates ten thousand distractions"

Lowell said...

And one leaf hangs on to defy the odds. Gorgeous photo!

ANITA said...

The leaf looks like a beautiful kiss:)))Great Haiku:)))

Anita

Bob Bushell said...

Brilliant haiku Joo.

Joan Elizabeth said...

The last lingering leaves are always a little bit special.

genie said...

This is a wonderful capture. You and I are drawn to the same thing....single leaves just sitting there all alone but so beautiful. The red against The sky and trees is so pretty. You really composed this well. g

Laura said...

This is beautiful Joo, so good to hear from you, it has been a long time!

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