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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Sadie Hawkins' Day,  a leap year  snow fall.


leafless trees
sift the falling snow
lonely crow

16 comments:

Magyar said...

__I'm not happy with rhymes in haiku, snow / crow, but it is, as it was seen... this morning's whispy snow. _m

polona said...

sometimes a rhyme adds to haiku if it occurs naturally...
today was the warmest day ever measured in february here (21C in ljubljana)

Bill said...

Pure picture, but with a real emotional charge.

Frank... said...

In this instance I see nothing wrong with the rhyme in this haiku, Magyar. Nice one!...

sandy said...

I like the image of the snow sifting through the branches. This is a pretty haiku.

TALON said...

You'll laugh, D, but until you mentioned the rhyme, I didn't notice. I did notice the beautiful imagery in my mind your words evoked though. :)

Rachel said...

Leblos der Hügel
darunter reges Leben
Ameisen rüsten

Du Lieber, dein Bildsprache ist fantastisch:-)

Alles Liebe für dich
von Herzen, Rachel

Geraldine said...

I like the reference to sifting the snow...wonderful! You have a real talent for haiku.



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Magyar said...

__Ich danke lhnen Rachel, als meine Ubersetzung bietet, diese Hugel von Ameisen eiln. Ein gutes image als auch.
__Beste Wunsche guter Freund! _m

Magyar said...

__POLONA... so glad to have your visit and comment, welcome again!
__BILL... I always aooreciate your comments!
__SANDY... it was a light snow shower that stopped as quickly as it began.
__K... glad you liked this... it was scribbled in an instant, as seen and un-changed.
__Thanks, to you all!

Magyar said...

__GERALDINE... -flower through the screen- thanks new friend!

Sam!! said...

Nicely put...:)

Take care

Tikkis said...

At first I wrote this one as a comment:

lonely tree
ready for crows'
nesting


But then found a photo and made this one, and put it in my blog today.


http://juhatik.blogspot.com/2012/03/busy-tree-not-yet-ready-for-crows.html

Rita Odeh said...

A memorable ku. Enjoyed reading.

Magyar said...

__Thanks Sam and Tikkis, and Rita... you are always welcome here, thanks to you as well! _m

Marie said...

A cool haunting atmosphere you
have penned, Magyar.