Posts Tagged ‘snow’

I Need A Mit-Watcher For Snow: Romantic ImproVerse Alliteration Haiku

January 5, 2017

Softly falling flakes/
of silver snow are not meant/
to be watched alone.
January gentle snowfall with street lamp, Historic Springville Cemetery, January, 2017

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Wisconsin Blizzard Tomatoes: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 8, 2016

Just in my home state/
would I buy potted veggie/
plants in a blizzard.Wisconsin blizzard tomatoes

Alone Dancing On Snowy Moon-Shadowed River Banks: Romantic ConTEXTing Haiku Lament

January 20, 2016

Spanish Fork River Banks, Utah Lake - Sandy Beach Moonshadow, dancing alone

Spanish Fork River and Sandy Beach, Utah Lake

He stood on the snowed /
banks of that river alone, /
cold and moon-shadowed.

AND

Dancing with moonbeams/
to the stream’s soft notes was not/
enough to hold her.
Frosted marsh grass along the Spanish Fork River mouth at Sandy Beach, Utah Lake, Jan. 2016

Feeling Again Through Frozen Feet — I’s Just Gotsta #2: Revolutionary ImproVerse Free Verse Poem

January 17, 2015

Walking into Utah Lake and the Spanish Fork River, January, across snow and ice: tennis shoes and footprints in the river bottomThe pain
pulses
through my peds.

I can’t rememberBare feet in the sand, Utah Lake, January, Sandy Beach and the Spanish Fork River
why I stepped/
onto the ice
and snow,
then
into the gently flowing
melted
river.

Was it to prove Footprints in the river bottom mud, January, Sandy Beach, Utah Lake
that I could do it?
Was it a memory
of polar bear dips past?
Was it a beach,
and I’s just gotsta?

Or was it just/
to experience the shock
of being able/
to feel
again?

Who Left Me A Heart? Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

January 2, 2015

Amidst the ice, snow/
and cold, someone left me a/
heart. I wonder who?Heart-shaped winter leaf left -- Lake Winneconne, WI

Arizona-Bound Ragtop: Revolutionary ImproVerse Rhyming Haiku

November 13, 2014

Arizona-Bound snow-covered ragtop, Nov 2014The car with no back/
window wants to go somewhere/
where it doesn’t snow.

The Desert Needed More Snow Pack: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 13, 2014

Snow in lower elevations -- Farmers rejoice!It’s cold and rainy./
The snow elevation drops./
Let farmers rejoice!

Finding Deep Meanings: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

April 2, 2014

Snow on pink fruit tree blossoms in April -- what does it mean?Snow on plum blossoms/
in April means something. I’m/
too tired to know what.

OR
Snow on fruit blossoms/
in Spring means something, but I’m/
too tired to know what.

Snow Flaked At The Beach: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 31, 2013

Surf, sun, sand, sea Mission Beach in San Diego, CAThe beach, surf, sun and/
sand remind me of all the/
snow I’m not missing.

I See Hoarfrost: Revolutionary ImproVerse Haiku

December 11, 2013

Hoarfrost crystals sparkle on a willow tree over Hobble CreekHoarfrost sparkles can’t/
be captured by my camera,/
but I still see them.*
OR
I can still see them.