It's been too long since I posted some haikus to this blog! And what better subject to focus on than the season in which we currently abide? So without further ado, here are three winter poems I crafted using these images as prompts! I hope you enjoy. 🙂 Sparkling Dawn: Sun dawns over land, casting … Continue reading Three Cozy Winter Haikus!
Christmas Poem: The Greatest Gift + My First Guest Post!
Merry Christmas, everyone! We're only a week away from the wonderful holiday, and I hope everyone has had an amazing December so far. Today I wanted to share a Christmas poem I wrote, which was for a Christmas-themed blog party a fellow writer, Allie Andersen, hosted on her blog this year! That means that this … Continue reading Christmas Poem: The Greatest Gift + My First Guest Post!
Icicle: a haiku, and two more
I hope you all enjoy these winter haikus I wrote! Icicle: A stream of water drips to make an icicle, frozen and sparkling. Morning Frost: I wake up to frost. A foggy, peaceful morning. I smile and feel joy. Snowflakes: Rain falls and freezes. No snowflakes the same design. All great and unique. Haikus are … Continue reading Icicle: a haiku, and two more
Snow Day: A Winter Sonnet
Snow falls to the muddy ground. Icicles gather under the gutter. A squirrel stops without a sound, To hear the wind howl and mutter. ~ The clouds are gray, the earth is white. Snowflakes swim through the air, the squirrel dodges one and ducks out of sight. The sun peeks out with a white glare. … Continue reading Snow Day: A Winter Sonnet
Poetry: Two Winter Haikus
Glittering: From moonlight up high a snowy landscape is seen that is glittering Snow Blanket: A small twig pokes out its brown strange against the white of a snow blanket Well, if we had a post of Autumn haikus, we needed a Winter one! This was kind of a spur of the moment thing, but … Continue reading Poetry: Two Winter Haikus