Here are twenty haiku for your perusal, your contemplation and, hopefully, your pleasure. They span the four seasons our species has named to mark the passage of time: winter, spring, summer and fall.
Dahl Quarray evokes images of those seasons in these haiku and pairs them with events in our lives as human beings. They are placed in a sequence intended to flow from one to another to another suggesting our transition from here to wherever and based on the wonder with which we contemplate the creation of life and its evolution.
Read these poems as quickly as they were written, then slowly as they absorb into your consciousness, then put them away for a while to be reread in another season when, perhaps, they will impart an entirely new meaning for you.