joins autumn regalia –
It is near autumn in my garden. Brown patches of dried leaves are here and there. They were caught up in the tussle between the hibiscus, and the strangling pumpkin vine from the neighbors yard. That thing had the hibiscus by the neck, in a deep bow, with two weighty pumpkins hanging off it.
The other vines that climbed the dangling cable are now crispy and brown. They owe their fate to the other pumpkin vine that was headed their way. It had to be stopped.
the lantern flower
as still as the morning air
the last pop of color
where the prompt is Air & Lantern
a gray autumn day
the lawn wears a weary brown
autumn’s taken hold
For Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday, poets choice.
branch stalk and empty
hopes to be made whole in spring-
this, is not to be
For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt words are Empty & Whole
in my garden on this
cool near- autumn day
two butterflies and a bee
seem to be at play
the smell of autumn
mingle with the chilly air
on this cloudy night
great big harvest moon peeks through
I gaze skyward in wonder
For Brew & Spew with Eugenia where the prompt is Harvest Moon. Drop by do some reading and participate!
Also for Frank Tassone’s challenge with the prompt Harvest Moon..drop on by and do some reading.
A really cool two for one:))