2006-11-04

832. Rapid Descent

autumn rain —
a brown leaf plummets
to the ground

[Notes]

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love this one Masago. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

they are getting whipped and buffeted to the ground here -- and they are all heading for our perfect pond.
It's like the pond is a vacuum for the wind blowing through the neighbors gorgeous maple trees

Tikkis said...

Autumn War: raindrops against leaves against blameless ground.
Masago: you tell us which one was the winner sometimes?

Pat Paulk said...

Too much for a lone leaf to hold...Love it Vaughn!!!

Borut said...

Nothing to add, or take away. Simply beautiful...

polona said...

enjoyed.

Aurora said...

Vaughn, are you going to offer up an audio of your poetry some day? (Before blogger does away with that feature.)

Masago said...

SB: Thank you.

Pamela: Thirsty? :-)

Tikkis: Yes, it does seem to be a war sometimes eh? I'll update you on the status. At the moment, Jack Frost seems to be have the upper hand.

Pat: You got it, Pat. Thanks.

Borut: Thank you!

Polona: My pleasure.

Aurora: I'll look into that. Thanks for the encouragement.

floots said...

love the apparent (but accurate) contradictions in this one
cheers

Masago said...

Floots: It does seem odd, I suppose that's why it caught my attention. Thanks.