Haiku for Autumn in Southeast Texas: October’s Party

We only get about 6 weeks of California-like weather here in Southeast Texas each year, and we are smack in the middle of the 2016 fall issue.  Gee whiz, it’s so beautiful!  I had to whip up a quick haiku to honor it.

Haiku: Autumn in Southeast Texas

The leaves are falling,
but the flowers are still blooming:
October’s party.

I hope you enjoy the pictures!  Look for the bold little lizard shedding his skin in the October sun.

Find more Glover Gardens haiku here.


This little lizard was so busy shedding his skin to enjoy the October sun that he didn’t even flinch when I sidled up close to take his picture


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