Wonderful word play here. And people do not generally associate Autumn with falling in love - rather falling out of it.A "deeper shade of autumn" somehow reminds me of a "whiter shade of pale" from the old song. I like your reworking ...
I like this very much. Growing older and in love, I can appreciate this!
Falling in love does deepen everything about a person! It adds dimension, vibrance and depth! Well done!
There's lots of layers of meaning and interpretations to think about here, in so few words - now that's poetry!!!
love the play on dyeing and dying, interesting that September and October are nearly as popular as late spring, early summer for weddings.
An original perspective here. I liked it.
What an intriguing and unique take on the prompt. Loved it!www.mypoeticpath.wordpress.com
Awesome play on words. In just a few lines you have said volumes.....love-bd
I love this. It's so clever and evokes so much with so few words.
What a wonderful response to the prompt. I can just see her fiery autumnal hair.
beautiful reds here. :)
ohhh... i love this. and interesting juxtaposition but it works wonderfully...
A deeper shade of autumn-I love that! And, my sister must have done the whole season by now, so your haiku made me laugh.
I love this!!
How delightful! What a great play on the prompt. You leave me chuckling.
I love your take on the prompt of autumn-so creative.
love them all - as usual!john
this really speaks to me, as my husband & i met & fell in love in autumn.
like I said last time :)
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