Thursday, March 14, 2013

Yuki no hate

Carpe Diem

Yuki no hate (end of snow)

old man on the porch
at sunset contemplating
the March melting snow

in my clear garden
all day long, sun melting snow
sipped by shy snowdrops


NaHaiWriMo

March, 14th prompt - circle
 
the circle of life:
Mother Nature reborn
from dust and ashes

 


29 comments:

  1. Two beautiful haiku. You weave a stunning image with your verses.

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    1. thanks for stopping by and for the nice words!

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  2. Very nice
    I didn't realize there's a flower called snowdrop
    Are we visited by the same old man?

    Cheers!
    JzB

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    1. I don't know, we just might be!

      glad I've helped you discover those beautiful flowers!

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  3. Maybe the snow is melting because of the old man's contemplating...

    Brush Away Snow

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    1. possibly... we have to investigate this matter!

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  4. I really like that first one especially!

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  5. Very nice indeed, thank you :)

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  6. Yes, I hope to be able to contemplate the melting snow soon.

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  7. aloha Adriana - i like the moment you have gone after in the first one. "old man" and "winter passing" has a nice connection to it. aloha

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  8. beautiful haiku! thank you so much for following my blog:-)

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  9. sipped by shy snowdrops -- oh that's really pretty ^^

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  10. I love those, but I really loved the 'sipped by shy snowdrops' line, too. Marvelous.

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  11. I like that last line, "sipped by shy snowdrops".

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  12. Mother Nature reborn from dust and ashes is such a wonderful thought !!!

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