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Ephemeral Phenomena: A Haiku

I could have written a hundred sentences about this topic. Instead, I have chosen to be parsimonious with words, and now I let you puzzle over the meaning of the haiku I have written instead:

Wizened old witness,

Of growing and withering,

Sheds her last leaves. Peace.

Image: By Gabrielle Merk – Own work, Blossoming old-growth fruit tree on Mount Zugerberg, Switzerland, https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Old_Fruit_Tree_in_Bloom.jpg