Category Archives: Apache County
A clear blue sky lies just beyond shadows cast by piñons and cedars in Apache County, Arizona.
Beyond the shadows, there’s blue.
I want to go there, don’t you?
A place of delight,
Where everything’s bright—
I think it’s a dream come true.
Photo and limerick © by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Dried aster seed heads, Apache County, Arizona.
Pine boughs laden with snow in Apache County, Arizona.
Snow on the pine boughs, snow in the air!
Snow on the fox and raven and hare!
Snow in the valley, snow on the hill!
Snow on the rock, the ridge, and the rill!
Everywhere, everywhere snow is in sight!
Everything wears a blanket of white!
Nothing escapes the fingers of cold—
Winter is here, the world waxes old.
Poem © 2018 and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Cottonwood leaf in autumn, Apache County, Arizona.
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A hole in the fence:
Will I be able to see
the oak leaves falling?
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on the dusty end
of my workshop’s topmost shelf:
three leaves from the oak
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How strange the patterns
made by ginkgo leaves falling
into the gutter!
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Under the plum tree
a cardboard box fills with leaves—
how tattered they look!
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Near the tube station
we slog through wet autumn leaves,
eager to be home.
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wherever I turn
in the last days of autumn:
sodden maple leaves
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pieces of old dreams
some of them with falling leaves
some of them with stones
Haiku © 2018 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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