after windy night: haiku

copper leaves remain

a flock of feathers on top

swaying in the wind

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©️2018 Ontheland

4 thoughts on “after windy night: haiku

      1. it happens here alot – in fact, my sugar maple has fallen shed its crown – and as usual, it was the last part to let go –
        I wonder about it, you’d think that with high winds and all of that, that tops off would be first, but nope, it’s always bottoms up! first … 🙂

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