morning noon and night
on these leaves I meditate—
color me breathless

Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Leaf litter, Lexington, Kentucky
More Sensational Haiku Wednesday with the theme “Meditate” here
More The One-Minute Writer with the theme “Color” here
More Share the Joy Thursday ruminations here
More Ruby Tuesday photos here
More REDnesday photos here

Posted on November 16, 2011, in haiku, Kentucky, Lexington, REDnesday, Ruby Tuesday, Sensational Haiku Wednesday, Share the Joy Thursday, The One-Minute Writer. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. You are so lucky to view these breathtaking colors of fall leaves!! Gorgeous photo!!

    Coming from Sensational Haiku Wednesday .

  2. I feel like running through them 🙂 You know, I believe I can even smell them! Autumn is my favourite time of year… I can imagine sitting on a large rock in a quiet glen, surrounded by leaves, and meditating… thanks for the burst of calm! Well done 🙂

  3. Autumn leaves! Fabulous! I’ve just posted my pictures of Autumn leaves. Hope yu opo by!

  4. I can see why these leaves cause you to be breathless. Your photo is beautiful.

  5. I have enjoyed these beautiful colors too. Thanks for sharing your joy.

  6. there is joy in such simple beauty.
    thank you!

  7. You have taken a simple pile of leaves and turned it into a work of art….beautiful photography. genie

  8. Beautiful reflection!

  9. Lovely, evocative and seasonal.

  10. Breathe! (Yes, very evocative of the season here in North America.)

  11. i love fall leaves
    great for meditating and crunching!

  12. Lovely pic and nice haiku – each leaf a different colour, a different thought, a different inspiration. thanks for visiting my blog.

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