New Haiku: Late Autumn in Santa Barbara

I’m back visiting my son for Thanksgiving in Santa Barbara. The first time I was there, a little over 2 ½ years ago, I wrote Threshold Haiku upon entering his house. Here’s a new haiku, which starts where the previous one ends, inspired by those pillars of jasmine plants.

Late Autumn in Santa Barbara

Pillars of jasmine
Stand dormant for the winter
Waiting to blossom

Ken Chawkin
Santa Barbara
Nov 20, 2018

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One Response to “New Haiku: Late Autumn in Santa Barbara”

  1. Threshold Haiku by Ken Chawkin for Nathanael | The Uncarved Blog Says:

    […] Two and a half years later while visiting my son again I wrote another haiku about those same plants: Late Autumn in Santa Barbara. […]

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