Tagged: winter

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A Glacial Stroll

Haibun Lake Hessian has frozen over. Two men pull a sled that holds a generator halfway across it. A couple of families walk and slide near shore. “Come on, Dad!” Frankie has already stepped...

haibun poem 2

Piercing Suns

Haibun The sun shines through a dusty screen and a fingerprint-smudged window. The dining room brightens as sunlight reflects off crystal candle holders and bleaches the American Drew dining room table. Years earlier, another...

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Life Lesson

Poem   All I learned from life is you never know what’s about to follow, what’s true and real, when it’s gonna rain, when the time will stop, if your smile will last or...

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A Winter Day Remembrance

Haibun Dad’s grave is likely covered. I haven’t seen it since Rob, Mom and I last visited together. She had laid an evergreen wreath with some winter blossom, whose name I never knew. This...

snow poems 0

The Silence Of Snow

Poem in the distance the sound of snow is pure silence but we can still hear it in our heads the peacful falling of snowflakes into certain death is so beautiful and soothing how...

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Winter Mind Trip

Poem   Monstrous winds toss the trees Their twigs clatter like old bones And a small dark figure huddles in a corner; Curled against the stones. Scarfed up to the eyes, it waits for...