Friday, September 09, 2016

 

Haiku Friday: Rites of Fall

I love this time of year- love love love it! For me, it means the return of college football, but for you there may be other rites of fall that bear deep meaning.

Let's haiku about those this week. Here, I will go first:

Sitting on hard seats
I brought a blue fleece sweatshirt
The air is changing.

Now it is your turn! Use the 5/7/5 syllable formula and have some fun!

 


Comments:
Changing out my clothes
Linen goes out, wool comes in
I make neat small piles.
 
A field with pheasants.
Flush. Bang. Dang! He flies away.
First miss of the year.
 
May not feel like fall
here 'till TCU game or
even Kansas State
 
The Farmers Market
So many types of apples
Sweet, crunchy, tart, crisp
 
Shorter days are here
The heat of summer dwindles,
Soon frost coats the mind.
 
Football is back! Drat!
Almost deer season again, yea!
Chilli meat! Smoked blackstrap! Yum!

Lee
 
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