Today is also ending--
at the bottom of the snowstorm
the gigantic sun

---Arō

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winter winds
red from the nandina's berries
spills over the leaves

4 comments:

diana l. said...

Very pretty. (One technical point: It would be "spill", since "winds" is plural.)

Vida said...

Thank you, Diana!

I wanted to say that the red dye spilled (not literally) from the berries, but apparently it didn't work out well :)
What about this,

touched by the wind
the nandina flares-
red berries lost in red leaves ?

Spiros Zafiris said...

winter winds
red from the nandina's berries
spills over the leaves
Author Archive Vida
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..i like it too and at first i also was
confused, thinking you were referring to the wind..perhaps
if you place a dash after 'winds'
or an ellipsis..i like..>>spiros
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Vida said...

The idea of a dash sounds good. Thank you, Spiros!
Or taking this confusing 's' out :)
I'll keep working on this one until I find the right way to show what I saw :)))