December starts small,
like a tiny rivulet –
ends in a torrent.

for Haiku Heights, which Leo has miraculsously been persuaded to keep open.

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15 Responses to RIVULET

  1. Beautiful haiku on December, succinct brevity at its best. I loved it. Thanks for sharing, please find time to read my poetry on my blog, Rain-Chimes, http://drsmitasriwas280.wordpress.com/


  2. Lovely.. Happy December 🙂


  3. Alice Keys says:

    Thanks for reminding me why I came south. Lovely.


  4. Alice Keys says:

    Yikes! Thanks for reminding me that I’m in a lovely place now.


  5. cheryl says:

    At least there will be snow for Christmas 🙂


  6. Our December has started out with snow and cold! This morning -4 degrees F. Couldn’t get the dogs to go outside to do their business! Guess I wouldn’t want to either. :0) I enjoyed the Haiku.


  7. poetrypea says:

    So, so true.


  8. You’re so right, Viv. 🙂 Love this.
    I recently hung up my hammock and started my blog afresh. Sylvia


  9. Bastet says:

    Ah…so true…and a cold torrent too…


  10. what an apt description!


  11. You have changed my perception of December!
    I can sense it come and go!


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