The autumn wind is blowing;
We are alive and can see each other,
You and I.
(Masaoka Shiki, 1867 – 1902). R. H. Blyth’s collection of haiku.
A leaf waves
in the Autumn wind
Mugo….not a haiku
With very many thanks to Mark Rowan for the photograph and for sending the haiku.
2 thoughts on “Never Far Away”
the first haiku is heart breaking
This is a Wych hazel branch (aka Witch Hazel)- ‘wych’ being a very old word meaning pliant, pliable. Info from Mark.