Frigid wind swoops down
Scatters fall's colorful gems
Ushers in first snow
(Haiku: A Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons.)
a lake effect snowblasts icicles down the streetwait, that's my fingers
Ouch! That be cold sirHow'd you come upon my place?(A high coo back 2 U)Oh, and b1-66er:High cooing it isso much work for so littlereturn on one's timeNo?(thanks for dropping by)
Well, looks like we have another participant to "Haiku Tuesday!" If you go to Libby's Site you can see all the others as well!
A blogger, a painter, and a poet to boot?
Now I'm embarrassed, Meegan.
Susieq:I was stunned to see your comment on my--so-called and possibly soon to be defunct--blog. I'm still debating about whether to continue it and, if so, what it should "be." Hmmm...I'm also gratified that you're proof there are other bloggers about as long in the tooth as I am.
Hey Mimi, thanks for stopping by. "Long in the tooth" is one not heard that often to describe somebody who is elderly. Although my body reminds me to the contrary now and then, I try to think of myself as ageless. I'll swing by and leave some suggestions as to what I think your blog could be for you.
Haiku... God bless you
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J__G, thank you.
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