General Poetry posted March 18, 2016

This work has reached the exceptional level
haiku suite about each season

Landscape Cycles

by Joan E.

sunshine drenches
azure sky and rippled pool
rainbow reflects gleam

cascading leaves
disappear in cool mist
crimson torrents fade

of wild waterfall dissolves
pond's tranquility lulls

embroidered calls fill void
memories multiply



Each stanza represents a season starting with summer and can be read alone as well. My thanks to Lloyd C. Taylor, Sr. for his artwork entitled "Contrast".
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