Winter Blues

for HaikuHeights Prompt 305, Grey

Months of leaden skies
before the blue reappears
to lift our spirits

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12 Responses to Winter Blues

  1. tigerbrite says:

    Leaden sky is depressing:(
    Wishing you some winter sun

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  2. oneofaclass says:

    Ah, the weather in Bretagne. Well written!

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  3. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Isn’t it amazing how colours affect our outlook on life?

    Grey Across the Sky

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  4. Bastet says:

    inspiring Haiku!
    grey skys kiss the earth
    yet winter’s gloom is displaced
    with spring’s visiting

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  5. menons129 says:

    Very well expressed.Haiku.

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  6. Shah Wharton says:

    I thought this till I moved to Dubai, now I long to visit in the winter just to escape the pesky heat. Lovely poem, which capture the season succinctly. x

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  7. rosross says:

    Sunshine does make such a difference. I think if you grow up with the sun it is harder to be without it. As an Australian I know when I lived in Europe I missed the sunshine we have, even in winter, and the massive expanse of crystal blue skies….having said that, I prefer cold weather to hot but then in Oz, even in winter we get lots of sunshine and blue skies.

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  8. colonialist says:

    So when you see the blue you stop feeling it? 🙂

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  9. Your phrase, “leaden skies,” says it all, Viv. Depressing… except when accompanied by lots of snow, in which case it’s fun. But that darned pewter color, such a downer… Amy

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