Thursday, February 12, 2015

Spring Haiku

as heavy white snow
paint our face with ice and flu,
spring is beneath earth.
.
At last the Bostons
scope away those black concrete
to fasten their spring speed.
.
at the coldest night
she wraps her arms around him, sight
seeing spring in pain.

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19 comments:

mary bruce leopold holm reed said...

love the last one most.
well done.

Anonymous said...

charming.

GR├ůSKY said...

THanks for sharing Summer Rain!
lighter times approaching on so many levels. ahh. Here in cold Scandinavia it makes my heart warm thinking of this. <3

Unknown said...

this is cool.

Unknown said...

powerful....

Unknown said...

fun haiku.

Baylee Zach Layton Flecher Pichette said...

lovely images...

Stephan Peter Carl Victor Hudson said...

powerful.

Sasha Jenna Gust McCormick Robertson said...

love the flip-side of the lines.

Unknown said...

very nice one.

Christopher Kerry Scott Sophie Johnson said...

thanks.
lovely haiku.

Unknown said...

dreamy imagery.

Unknown said...

lovely.

Benjamin Kingery Loomis Roy Moore said...

profound.

Unknown said...

tight.

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello,

Lovely poem.

Harsh winter and heavy snow gives way to spring. There is always bright light and blue sky at the end of the dark tunnel. Destruction and devastation always give way to new life. Sorrows and sufferings leads to joy and happiness. Change is the only permanent thing in life.

Interesting photos.

Best wishes

Anonymous said...

nice.

Lotie Bollag Mosher Kloppenburg Romney said...

lovely.

Unknown said...

excellent.