One edge
hanging over the mountain--
the Milky Way


the branches are bare
the world grows smaller
without you

sweetly-scented leaf pile
even on the wind
your absence finds me

the season changes
this lingering stillness


Spiros Zafiris said...

..hi Diana..>i view this as one
complete poem, though it is, too, three separete haiku-- love: "your absence finds me"..but more than that, the entire structure (for lack of a better word) has a songlike presence and supurb

Vida said...

I agree. It's a beautiful poem!

diana l. said...

Thank you both. For some reason, on this particular "topic", my mind keeps working in threes.

John McDonald said...

enjoyed this Diana

diana l. said...

Thank you, John.