Indian summer —
we’re in love
First published in Notes from the Gean 2:4, March 2011
Bittersweet indeed, love it Mel
loved this one when I first saw it … in the SF Bay Area, Indian Summer is beautifully warm … warm enough for illusions, yeah!
Thanks, Susan. Loved your Wednesday Haiku yesterday, by the way! A slightly more optimistic view of love than mine here.
Terrific haiku! It couldn’t but be in ‘Notes’. Congratulations again, Melissa.
A warming verse, Mellisa!
Right now? Its 22 degrees F here. Looking forward… and UPWARD. _m
teases at these days
It’s plenty cold here too, Magyar. But I wrote this last fall.
Nice ku …
in high school.
the red paintbrush
in full blossom
hmmmm… now that i think about it…
of high school
red in the last long light
Indian paintbrush. Oh my God … fantastic haiku subject … except yours are both so great now I’m too intimidated to write one … Have to think about other wildflower names now …
lol. brilliant haiku.
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