Carpe Diem Tan Renga – Maggie’s ”shedding summer skin”


shedding summer skin
willow floats downstream
reflecting season’s end
(Maggie Grace)

as tears of loss adorn
my final autumn apple (Björn)

This is not an apple by René Magritte

This is not an apple by René Magritte


Linked to Carpe Diem

November 6, 2013

16 responses to “Carpe Diem Tan Renga – Maggie’s ”shedding summer skin”

  1. I can see an apple orchard out my window. I like to listen to the plunks as the workers toss them into wooden crates at harvest time. I love your graphic. It looks like an apple to me. 🙂

  2. Bjorn, first off, you have to hand it to Magritte, that ironic title.
    Bittersweet, “my final autumn apple,” feels like a loss much deeper. Lovely writing, both of you. Peace, Amy

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