haiku spielen – winter

 

a new haiku challenge 🙂 visit merlinspielen to enjoy other bloggers entries, and join in?

the first prompt is winter…it’s most definitely summer here in oz

 

brush away cobwebs

winter memory somewhere

deep in summer mind

 

 

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15 thoughts on “haiku spielen – winter

  1. Oh, Annie! Your winter memory is in my icy, crunchy back yard. It sends its regards. 😉

    As always, a lovely haiku. I’m glad it’s summer for you and hope you are enjoying the warm (hot!) weather.

    • Very hot Maddie and it’s so weird reading of snow and ice! Even when it’s cold here it never gets to that…wishing you warmth!! x

      • Thank you! I’ll take those wishes. We only had about five inches of snow, but a quarter inch of ice followed, and there is a hard crust on top. It’s nearly impossible to shovel, and the dog keeps falling through the crust. My feet have been frozen for days. It’s -8 Celsius, so it’s not as bad as it was, but still. It’s cold!

  2. Very nicely done! And thanks for the added promotion of the challenge!

  3. Strangely enough it’s been on the ‘cool’ side here in Cairns, Annie. When I say ‘cool’ I mean in the top twenties. It’s because we’ve had so much rain (the monsoonal trough is huge this year) and my kids keep telling me how hot they are in NSW & VIC so I tell them they need to take a break in the tropics with me 😀 Having said that – once the sun finally emerges I’m sure it’ll become a sauna here 😦

    I love your haiku 😉

  4. I have a summer memory somewhere, FROZEN in winter’s mind!

  5. Wet and chilly the next few days will be a relief 🙂

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