Friday, October 11, 2013

Adrift in Autumn

Crisp edges lifted,
A leaf Armada awaits 
The least breath of Fall.
A sudden breeze sends
New fallen leaves skittering
Over still water. 

Reds, yellows, oranges
On the mirror of the pond
Silently skimming. . .
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Victoria said... serene. We got a little snow here yesterday, but I haven't been out to check the leaves...hope they weren't ruined.

Brian Miller said...

love seeing the leaves dance...and even take a swim in autumn....

did she say snow? not yet please...

Suz said...

oh...I can feel the moment

Barbara Rogers said...

Lovely juxtaposition of surface darkness reflecting the tree, and light leaves that float (for a while).

Kath said...

Gorgeous photos and beautiful words! I am pea green with envy over the falling leaves photo. I've tried to catch them for years... sigh.

Frances said...

Vicki, your leafy armada have found a glorious sea in which to sail. And what beautiful light and clear reflections you found.


L. D. said...

That is a wonderful setting and I like how the photos progress from close up to larger scene with wonderful reflection of the tree.

Pepper Cory said...

Haikus from Beaufort

Odd creatures flying
formation, the pelicans
come back to the beach.

Yellow marsh grass bends
to welcome the chilly tide
We wait for winter.

Friko said...

Autumn leaves are infinitely fascinating. I love watching them rain down from the trees and tremble on the surface of water.

Thérèse said...

Drifting leaves in a world of poetry!