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  1.     

Haiku Autumn Leaves Syllable Count 5-7-5

The leaves of Autumn

lovely gold and brown colors

painting the landscape.




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  2.     

Autumn Days

The gold and orange
sets the autumn days afire
season of wanting




















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Heather Burns

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Haiku Changing Seasons Syllable Count 5-7-5-

With changing seasons

tiny buds wake up and yawn

spring is in the air.



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  4.     

The Green

The green has arrived
tiny buds yawn and wake up
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