glitter

my first sight upon looking out the window this morning, is of a powdery glitter that coats everything, from trees to cars. It is not precisely snow, nor is it precisely ice either– instead, it is something in between that the meteorologist calls  “freezing fog”. i call it fairy dust.

December Haiku Share- Day 15

December Haiku Share

starting over –
my footprints erased
by the morning tide
— Cara Holman

Frogpond 34:1, Winter 2011

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the tide turns
I forgive myself
for you
— Seánan Forbes

A Hundred Gourds 2:1

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first day alone
coyote tracks
in the sand
Sandi Pray

Daily Haiku Cycle 13, August 2012

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news of your death
when I open my eyes
green leaves
— angie werren

tinywords — Issue 12.1 (October 3, 2012)

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snow-covered village …
i follow a stranger’s footprints
over the bridge
— Pamela A. Babusci

Frogpond 25:2 (2002)
Pegging the Wind (Red Moon Anthology 2002)

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footsteps echo in the square beneath December’s moon
~isabelle loverro

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new lover:
trying to raise my teddy’s
floppy ear
— Lech Szeglowski

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muddy prints . . .
another microcosm
left to ponder
— Margaret Dornaus

AHG 1.4, September 2012

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between spikes
of the barbed wire
butterfly eggs
— Polona Oblak

Notes from the Gean 4:1

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snowmelt
so soon this winter . . .
the patches of you
I learn to accept
then let go
— Kathy Uyen Nguyen

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bittersweet
this coming home
to my own heart
after so many years
estranged
— Lauren Mayhew

Moonbathing 6, spring/summer 2012

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first light
a fuzzy head pops out
of a nest
— Christine L. Villa

NaHaiWriMo (August 2012)

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spring tide . . .
a layer of dust
on the condom packet
— Kirsten Cliff

DailyHaiku, Cycle 12, December 16, 2011
Sea Bandits, September 2012 (Ed. Aubrie Cox)

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candle lantern
adrift on the ebb tide
-new beginning
— Jone MacCulloch

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