Autumn Flowers

About this poem: I’ve taken in two beautiful elements of nature, primarily oxymoronic in nature – autumn and flowers. This poem is inspired by the valley of Kashmir and Hanami (the Japanese translation of Flower Viewing). Flower viewing involves the welcoming of Spring. 

A note on the structure: Such a poem is called a Haiku, which has three lines of five, seven and five syllables each. 

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