Leaf Imprint

Above is a photo I took during my morning meditation walk. Below is a haiku inspired by the photo. Please share a haiku that comes to you as you view the photo. (A traditional haiku is 3 lines: 5 syllables, 7 syllables and 5 syllables.)

Shadowy imprints

From fallen leaves after their

Brief time in the sun.

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6 Responses to Imprints

  1. Jennifer Fox-Taylor says:

    Dearest Scott: Thank you for your beautiful spiritual words along with other people comments………Jennifer

  2. Cheryl Driscoll says:

    Snow falls in silence
    Face turned up toward the sky
    Tongue out catching flakes

    We had our first real snow fall today in 2 years and it was delightful. What will the morning bring – more snow? I feel like a child waiting in eager anticipation for the sunrise.

  3. Sweet fading remnants
    Of life I used to be yet
    Still I am the tree

  4. Jo Virgil says:

    Once soft, green, floating,
    A leaf falls, becomes shadow –
    Just as we all must.

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