Monday, September 21, 2009

Glimpses

I am falling, like

Icarus, on wings of wax

Back onto the Earth

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The end of the world

Is not as far as it seems

When it is up close

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Mist, like a blanket

Covers the ground. I am

In its silken grasp

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Fall has arrived now

A stiff wind from the west

Clears the old away

3 comments:

Karen Brook Westhaver said...

Walt! Extraordinary haiku! Simply beautiful and soooooo evocative. Loved them! I guess getting way overtired and then a little rest must do something marvelous to the poetic part of your brain!!! Difficult journey, but wow oh wow, what a result! Thank you for posting these. Beautiful way to start my day.

Elizabeth @ The Garden Window said...

This is amazing. Thank you !

Susie Hemingway said...

Very lovely Walt, great use of words, love the phrase "I am in its silken grasp" and then the reference to Autumn. You must keep this up - very nice indeed!