Distilling Frost’s October

English: Fall Colors in Alpine Forest above Te...

October forest
With amethyst enchantment
Frost greeting sunlight



This is a distilation of Robert Frost’s “October”. My haiku is inspired by the writing challenge at Carpe Diem.



About ewdupler

Gene is an avid outdoorsman, loves reading and is known to put pen to paper (well, he types) as an amateur poet.
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15 Responses to Distilling Frost’s October

  1. Great Gene colorful and alive
    I was going to try to incorporate the amethyst glad you did

  2. A really nice scenery you have distilled from the poem by Frost. A nice well balanced haiku … that second line is really a great one. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Ye Pirate says:

    Very nice one indeed

  4. Maggie Grace says:

    Lovely distillation.

  5. Great summary… love the colors

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  9. Your choice of amethyst is perfect. When I think about fall colors it is not one that comes to mind … but with a frost? Oh, just perfect.

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  11. love the ‘amethyst enchantment..conjures up all sorts of lovely awakening activity

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  13. Sun says:

    beautiful haiku and i enjoyed working in a completion for November’s Tan renga – thanks.

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