Golden Hush

autumn-leaves

Autumn leaves astir
Whispering their golden hush
Winter’s on its way

Autumn leaves astir
Laughing in the chilly breeze
Thankful for the sun

Whispering their golden hush
Summer work is done
Soon it’s time to rest

Winter’s on its way
Another leaf turns loose
And floats to the ground

 

November 1, 2017 ~ Troiku
© 2017 Abigail Gronway – All Rights Reserved

Motivated by Linda Lee Lyberg after reading her Troiku: Hunter, and following the link she provided to learn more about this fascinating form.

Photo courtesy of Encore Enterprises, 2017.

17 Replies to “Golden Hush”

  1. Welcome at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai Linda/Abigail. What a joyful troiku you have created. It reads like a song in praise of autumn. Troiku is a nice and creative way of haiku-ing. Hope to see you again here at CDHK.

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    1. Thank you very much. The pleasure is mine. I’m just glad that I found your site and had the opportunity to learn about this delightful form and try it out. I’ll definitely write some more.

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