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Haiku for Every Season
By Suzanne Anderson, Dwight Walles
AuthorHouseCopyright © 2015 Suzanne Anderson
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Gray skies, frosty limbs, snowflakes slowly drifting down, winter's arrival.
Top hat, carrots nose, Charcoal smile, friendly pose ... Playful man of snow!
Cabin's cozy warmth Hot chocolate, crackling fire, Flannel pajamas.
Record-breaking storms! Winds, drifts, ice! Buried treasures Trapped in a snowfall!
Black, starlit mornings! Labor-filled hours. Snow blowers Loud and furious.
Frozen river ice Beckons skaters, young and old, To try winter's dance
Snowsuits hang, dripping. Wet, snow-covered scarves, mittens, Hats and boots, left to dry.
Winter's thawing child!
Damp hair, red nose, pink cheeks, and tingling hands and toes.
Daffodils burst through melting snow, first to lift their faces to the sun.
Umbrellas spread wide in bright parade of colors, dance beneath the rain.
March winds roar and howl! Trees sway. Limbs creak. Branches snap. Nature sings its songs.
Grand kites, all colors, grace the sky, dipping, tugging, sailing majestic
Little bud, light pink, cherry blossom bursting forth, festival of spring!
Tiny woven nest, two small spheres, robin egg blue, patient for new life.
Frozen puddles tempt our toes. They crack, then shatter, beneath sudden weight.
Turtles climb on logs to bask warm beneath bright sun, happy in springtime.
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