6 comments on “Morning Glories

  1. A beautiful haiku, but so sad that the first frost ends the beauty of Morning Glories.

  2. Morning glories are so beautiful with their deep purple/blue flowers, but they grow so fast that that first frost is often a relief. Well done.

  3. becca givens says:

    I like “twining up the summer porch” — that is a great summertime image on an older home!!

  4. Love the twiining… oh just wish we could have some

  5. 4joyjoanne says:

    twining vinings……stirs up memories

  6. E A M Harris says:

    You get so much feeling in such a few lines – being reminded of your mother, the ups as the plants climb, the sadness of their end. Fantastic.

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