Haiku & Other Poetry

Winter Comes

Unbidden flurry

Nature’s scythe forsaking fall      

Fractured and formless

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This is dedicated to my northern family and friends enduring their second (or is it their third?) early snowfall of the year. Florida has its faults (and boy this summer was HOT and LONG) but aaaaahh the winters are SWEET.

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Bike/Skyway Bridge photo courtesy of author’s awesome spouse. 

Thanks to the following for the inspiration for this haiku. Visit their sites for info on the prompts and for some great writing.

Sue’s snow photo prompt and Putting my Feet in the Dirt’s word prompt (fractured and formless) and Heeding Haiku for asking me to think about seasons and Autumn’s end.

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