Haiku Archives: Snow in Spring

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I originally posted this haiku about a year ago. At the time, I was incredulous about a blinding snowstorm that had hit my region during Spring. The same thing happened as I was driving to work yesterday morning. Apparently, the heavy snowfall was localized to a relatively small area. Of course, I just happened to be in that particular area when it hit. Go figure.

 

snow in early spring,

trees bowed in the arctic gales –

Winter’s ghost shrieking

 

 

Haiku in Early Spring

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I’m very in tune to the changing of the seasons.  Once Major League Baseball season begins, I feel there shouldn’t be anymore snow.  That wasn’t the case last Thursday as I was driving to work.  The snow was falling so fast, my visibility was limited to about fifty feet.  In protest, I composed this haiku.

-Hawk

 

snow in early spring

trees bowed in the arctic gales

Winter’s ghost shrieking