Tj’s Household Haiku Arch & Tree

Years ago, it was

The arch of trees rose so high

Brought down by disease

©2017 Annette Rochelle Aben

https://amaviedecoeurentier.wordpress.com/2017/05/13/tjs-household-haiku-3/

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16 responses to “Tj’s Household Haiku Arch & Tree

  1. My parents grew up with chestnut trees, most died from a blight a few decades back. Now, there’s a blight on the orange trees that isn’t responding to attempts to be rid of it. Sad.

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  3. A beautiful haiku for memories.

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  4. Beautiful Haiku Annette!

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  5. This is quite sad, Annette.

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  6. Oh a sad one this week Annette, poor trees 😦

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  7. It is terrible how suddenly these great creatures can fall. We don’t have elms in Australia but we have wonderful Jarrah trees that suffer from what we call “die back” and we have lost many of these giants.

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