snow flurries

December Haiku Share

Anything to do with new year’s eve, the departing year,  or snow.


snow flurries
a fresh batch
of resolutions

Shiki Kukai, January 2012


If you missed the initial post, click here to read about the month long haiku challenge I am holding right here on my blog this December.

36 thoughts on “snow flurries

  1. my mother
    did she realize the power
    of her words?
    beneath snowy pines
    forgiveness begins

    Pamela A. Babusci
    Multiverses Issue 1 2012

  2. first snow –
    that moment just before
    Eating Honey

    this is a “pooh-ku” — based on this A.A. Milne quote:

    “Well,” said Pooh, “what I like best,” and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn’t know what it was called.”

    NaHaiWriMo (December, 2011)

  3. it’s obvious i’m not a big fan of winter (or snow) by the number of (published) poems.
    this will have to do, then…

    a white mare’s whinny
    lifts a cloud

  4. New year’s wish
    the scent of Christmas
    all year round

    This my offering to everybody! Thanks for this one month of haiku sharing. All of you have brightened my day. May your new year be filled with love, peace, and happiness. I love this haiku community! 🙂

  5. Maybe I’ve not written too many winter haiku…this is the only one I could remember, way back from 2008 or 2009.

    December dusk-
    ink spilled
    on a white canvas

    The Heron’s Nest, 2008 or 2009

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