Haiku Heights: Stranger               Mellow Yellow Monday


 

No stranger story
could ever be told—green leaves
melting into gold.

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Watson Lake, Prescott, Arizona
 
For more Haiku Heights with the theme “Stranger,” click here.
 
For more Mellow Yellow Monday photos, click here.

Posted on November 21, 2010, in Arizona, Haiku Heights, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos, my haiku, Prescott. Bookmark the permalink. 27 Comments.

  1. Truly, it is a strange and wondrous marvel of nature. Beautiful poem and picture.

    Mine is here. http://razzamadazzle.wordpress.com/2010/11/20/haiku-heights/

  2. Nice beautiful words and love the colors of nature in the picture. This is a bit different from you 🙂 Loved it!!

  3. Strange, incredible story. 😉

    Paz

  4. Fantastic! I really love this.

  5. wow, love the haiku! so beautiful!

    Mellow Yellow

  6. Beautiful haiku. And you’re right, it is a mystery, no matter how many schoolteachers told me about chlorophyll and all that stuff. LOL
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  7. Beautiful composition.

    Happy Monday!

    Liz @ MLC

  8. So true…it’s like the green melts to yellow! You captured a beautifully lighted tree adorned in luscious yellow!

  9. beautiful piece! great job. 🙂

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    pibyang,Elijah’s Crib

  10. This is one beautiful photo! I love how the leaves are in green and yellow together. Isn’t nature just wonderful! Just beautiful.

    Adin B

  11. Interesting photo – great haiku.

  12. Your Haiku and the photograph to match are superb.

  13. Short. Sweet. To the point. This is a good thing.

  14. I love the combination of picture and verse. Thank you.

  15. Lovely poem indeed! Such beautiful imagery

  16. lovely..in word and vision.
    good morning.
    may this day spin gold for you.

  17. The shot is beautiful and I love the words too. Happy Monday!
    MYM-Berry

  18. MM Teacher,

    Great take on “Stranger”! Thank you.

    Good wishes.

    Carlos

  19. Many interesting things happen in nature; and it’s one of them…

  20. I love the beauty of nature. Wonderful haiku.

  21. I like this, MMT.. the way you’ve used the word stranger and played upon it! autumn colors? amazing..

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