Three haikus

The changing seasons always seem to beg for conciseness. And it is National Poetry day.

Seasons are not rounds
Each reflecting the other
Then why these same sighs?

Fall is upon us
Old winter waits patiently
Counting cricket calls

Bees make love
To the last blossoms
Of summer

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