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Autumn Haiku
By Judith K. Witherow

leaves fall soundlessly
colors mix and brightly blush
summer drifts away

plants hug the dry ground
white puffs fill endless acres
cotton needs picking

awash in moonlight
female wolf mournfully howls
echoes blend and bleed

come little leaves
drench me in autumn colors
chase away the blues



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