Haiku for Autumn in Southeast Texas: October’s Party

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.

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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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