Categories fall Haiku Fall Portrait Walking on art. Post author By davidsdailydose Post date October 17, 2021 5 Comments on Fall Portrait Photo by Gary Fultz on Unsplash when the air turns crisp with slippery leaves underfoot the ground a canvas Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Tags autumn, fall, fall leaves, Haiku, micro poem, micro poetry By davidsdailydose I'm just a regular guy who was tempted to lose all hope but did not. It was God who made the difference. View Archive → ← The “Friend Finder” → A Young Tree’s First Fall 5 replies on “Fall Portrait” Take just a moment To look above and to see God’s art on the tree LikeLiked by 3 people God’s art is the best. Thank you, Betty. As you like to say, “Enjoy your day!” LikeLiked by 1 person David, I have never thought of fall leaves on the ground as art. I love that thought! Then my mind wandered to how pretty the trees look with the fall leaves still on them, thus my haiku. Your haiku’s inspire my response. 🙂 Hope you enjoy your day, too! LikeLike Love it David. Good Instead of walking on rose petals we get the art of two kinds of maple, two kinds of ash, basswood, elm, burr oak, ferns and forest litter ties it together. Good haiku and Betty’s too LikeLiked by 1 person Thank you, Gary. It’s seems almost shameful to walk on such a beautiful mosaic. But perhaps that what God intended. I love walking on the leaves—before they get dried out and crunchy. Have a blessed day, fellow collaborator! LikeLike Comments are closed.