Autumnal Haiku

Sitting, eyes shaded
Chirping birds tell lies of spring
Chill air tells the truth

Crunching leaves, I look
No undergrowth, trees barren,
Ghost squirrels chasing

Walking. Time dilates.
As crisp leaves drift to the ground
Winter can wait

About B Gourley

Bernie Gourley is a writer living in Bangalore, India. His poetry collection, Poems of the Introverted Yogi is now available on Amazon. He teaches yoga, with a specialization in pranayama, and holds a RYT500 certification. For most of his adult life, he practiced martial arts, including: Kobudo, Muay Thai, Kalaripayattu, and Taiji. He is a world traveler, having visited more than 40 countries around the globe.
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3 Responses to Autumnal Haiku

  1. Mike Windrim says:

    Thank you Bernie….

  2. Nice! Hey there, Bernie. I’m a fellow AWC member, and I just stumbled upon your blog. I like what you’ve done here.

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