Winter Haiku Poems


Inspired by my memories of falling on the ice when out for a walk, several times this winter… along with some memory of the beauty the winter held at times… I present to you, 3 haiku poems about winter…
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Face plant

My face shapes the snow

when I slip and fall to ground

snow angles always there…

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Frozen Waters

When you stop and think

of the frozen waters split

fish swim underneath…

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the World’s Stain-glass

Snowy fractals frozen

lying on pathways affront

where the chilling air waits…

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The last poem followed 6/8/6 instead of the usual 5/7/5, just to note.

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