Friday, November 16, 2012

glimmer haiku

leaves in the pool

in a skin of thin ice
caught in muddy path puddles
autumn's gold glimmers

Andromeda Jazmon

Sometimes when you think all hope is lost the tiniest smile or twinkle in a friend's eye catches your heart. And everything changes. I am hoping you find some glimmer this November weekend, friends. The Friday Poetry round up is hosted by Anastasia at Booktalking. Enjoy!

12 comments:

Diane Mayr said...

Very nice, Andi! Is it really that cold already?

Matt Forrest Esenwine said...

Perfect snapshot of something most of us don't even think twice about - I'll be thinking of this next time I see a leaf stuck in the ice outside!

Tabatha said...

I always enjoy your haiku, Andi!

Anastasia Suen said...

Sparkling, indeed! Thanks for sharing!

jama said...

Beautiful thought, Andi. Thanks for today's gold :).

Liz Steinglass said...

I love the skin of thin ice.

Donna said...

Enjoyed the picture and poem. On one of my posts I have a picture of the opposite season and opposite happening...leaves melting the ice and snow.

Linda at teacherdance said...

Thank you for the glimmer, Andi. The photo is beautiful, the words too. Autumn's gold is something we often think about, but you made it different because you put it with glimmers. Nice...

Renee LaTulippe said...

Beautiful! We used to ice skate on a local pond, and I always loved looking at the leaves caught in ice (until they caught my blades, that is!).

Ruth said...

I love the transition between seasons. I'm glad not to be near that ice, though. :-)

Andromeda Jazmon Sibley said...

Thanks for all these lovely comments! We only had ice a couple times in the early morning so far. This weekend was quite warm and sunny - no ice! I am glad to have a few more days of that event though it seems the weather is crazy these days. Really unpredictable!

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