Abbreviated Haiku #2

by Abigail Gronway

pale-pink flowers in autumn—
who knew

Copyright © 2018 Abigail Gronway – All Rights Reserved
Abbreviated Haiku — Written in either 2 or 3 lines. Syllable count may be 3-5-3, 7-2, or 2-3-2. Untitled, little to no punctuation, no capitalization.

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4 Comments to “Abbreviated Haiku #2”

    • We recently moved to Florida, and I’ve been fascinated by quite a few “anomalies,” pale-pink flowers in autumn being only one. We also have a cascading rose bush that blossoms in winter as well as early summer, and the yard is filled with butterflies in October and November. And it gets cold here. Like below-freezing cold. The fountain outside my optometrists office froze over last winter.

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