“Seasonal Haiku”


In tribute to Petru’s lovely haiku.


Snow falls on meadows.

Crows pick at harvest seeds.

Spring now far away.


Fall’s crispness compels

apples to tumble from trees.

Worms make the journey.


I chase one red leaf

across dry and brittle grass.

Juice of summer gone.



Fallen leaves crackle.

Sparrows add the treble notes.

Season’s musical.


Cold moon shines down

Upon hollow dried grasses.

Earth prepares to sleep.


Frost at morning

Makes  birds plump their feathers

Squirrels add chatter.


Jane Kohut- Bartels

Copyrighted, 2019

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2 Responses to ““Seasonal Haiku””

  1. petrujviljoen Says:

    Thanks Jane! My job is done. I inspired someone! I like all of them of course but the fourth one stole my heart. You should check out the site. Anyone can take part. No prizes – who cares. Just fun.

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  2. ladynyo Says:

    Oh! That’s wonderful, Petru! I promise I will. I need to get back to my tribe. LOL. Poets of any kind. Thank you, Petry…and you did inspire me.

    Liked by 1 person

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