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Comments on: "End of Summer HAIKU" (16)
Hi, Laurie. Thanks for giving the heads-up on slow page opening. I’m not sure why that happened. Would appreciate any tips that could help me in this area. It opens fine for me, but I know how important a fast page opening is for readers. There is so much I don’t know about the web. Have a great day! 🙂 Bette
Lovely words and picture Bette.
Thank you, Laurie! 🙂 I very much appreciate your support and enjoy your blog posts. Have a great week.
You’re welcome Bette, I like supporting you. Your page took a long while to open yesterday but I persevered. 🙂
CONGRATS on your accomplishments, Robin! Thanks for the conversation & updates. HAVE AN AWESOME WEEK! 🙂 Bette
I loved reading your end of summer Haiku.
I recently begun writing them myself and hope to compile an anthology
of about 300 before publishing them.
So here’s my Haiku response for the End of Summer.
THE END OF SUMMER
Youth fully blossomed
Now starts its downward spiral
To wintery death.
Let me know what you think of it and have a GREAT WEEK in whatever you do !!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
AWESOME, Robin! 🙂 Can’t wait to get my hands on your Haiku Anthology… Keep me posted. Blessings, Bette
THANKS for your kind compliment Bette, I truly appreciate it. By LinkedIn profile is continuing to grow for in the last two weeks I add my creating a group in each of four sites [Google / GoodReads / FaceBook / LinkedIn].
This is in addition to my adding that I’ve now become a Book Reviewer. But I’m not taking any requests to do reviews from anyone for their books.
Winter has just finished for Aussies. I still like the poem though, 🙂
Happy Spring to you, Dale! Each season has its unique way of bringing refreshment to the soul. 🙂
Anyone who is hurrying the seasons has forgotten last winter!
I’ve heard we’re (Northeast) in for another doozie… OH NO!
Love it, Bette!
Thank you, Barbara! 🙂
After all these years in Florida I still miss the change of seasons, I do remember the longing for summer in Winter as described by your Hiaku
Definitely from this four-seasoner’s perspective. 🙂