Haiku–One Tough Leaf

Wild winter could not.
East, West, North, South wind could not.
One stubborn tough leaf.

tough leaf

(Taken from my deck–jrs)

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2 Responses to Haiku–One Tough Leaf

  1. I’m seeing lots of those on my walks, Jim. Don’t know how they hang on through the wind and rain.

    • narble says:

      Yep. I see ’em every year, but this one was right there and I had to capture it. I thought of you when I saw it there, the definition of stubborn and tenacious. Walk on, my friend.

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