5 New Haiku About Fall

Dear friends,

After last week’s article about the beauty of letting go, I felt like sharing five new haiku about fall with you. Fall has always been an inspiring season for me. Maybe even more than springtime.

Some of the below haiku you might have seen some of the below haiku on Instagram. And then again, others are new. Enjoy the experience! And feel the experience.

Haiku About Fall

a dry red leaf sways
in the cold wind of autumn –
it’s time to let go

mighty trees in fall –
all the leaves turn into coins
to shower us soon

after raging storms
the trees remain uncovered –
I rest in my soul

a stack of dry leaves
sitting on a wayside road
hedgehog’s cozy home

a fallen split leaf
may lead to new directions-
I know my path well

Want To Read More?

If you enjoyed this selection, you might love my haiku book, Haiku From The Garden Of Wisdom. It features 100 haikus that take you through all the seasons. You can find it here.

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Nicole Erika

Nicole Erika is a self-realized writer and coach who reminds you of the Ease Of Creation and the Joy of Self-Expression.

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