Heights of Haiku Challenge 4


Doubts come to confound
the truth with muddled logic
and refuse to leave


Undoubtedly Spring,
then unseasonable snow
covered  the blossom


There may be no plums
no bees have  yet visited
delicious blossom.


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7 Responses to Heights of Haiku Challenge 4

  1. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    If the plums don’t come, then seize and devour the blossom!

    Cactus Did Not Doubt


  2. Patti says:

    Lovely, Viv. I especially like the second one. That is so New England, especially this year.


  3. I like the simplicity of this one. It happens so frequently in Reno. One year is never like another it seems. Unpredictable.


  4. brenda w says:

    The first one is my favorite, Viv. Maybe because it feels like an old friend.


  5. elleceef says:

    These haiku are beautiful – the middle one is my favourite . Thank you.


  6. Wonderful. The first one is my favorite.


  7. Tilly Bud says:

    The middle one is my favourite because it so perfectly describes what’s happening.


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