Poetry – Haiku – Autumn’s Chilled Wind Trills – A Poem by Goff James

The image shows a spray of red berries on a black background on which is written a haiku poem titled Autumn's Chilled Wind Trills by the poet Goff James. The poem reads;
Autumn’s chilled wind trills,
Fearful a lone swallow lingers,
Distant lands sun robed call.

A poem inspired by Mark S’ Naturalist Weekly Prompt – ‘Migration of Birds’

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Poem Attribution – Goff James – Autumn’s Chilled Wind Trills

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11 thoughts on “Poetry – Haiku – Autumn’s Chilled Wind Trills – A Poem by Goff James

  1. Hi Goff, wonderful job with this one. I do like the phrase autumn chilled wind. It sounds like it is time for that swallow to head south!
    Thanks for sharing and writing. I hope you have a great weekend!

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