January Haiku

 for https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/

Crunching underfoot,
hard frost adds sparkle today
to my winter walk.

Mole leaves his traces,
betrays presence below ground
of juicy worms.

Misty blue background
simplifies the nearer view –
winter field at dusk.

 

All three suggested by the view from my armchair across the peaceful Normandy countryside.

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8 Responses to January Haiku

  1. julespaige says:

    I like them all but the 3rd – that misty blue… I can see it vividly. 🙂

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  2. Cheryl-Lynn says:

    Love all three but that second one with the mole was such a vivid image! Nicely done!

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  3. Beautiful. The succession as mentioned in a previous comment is wonderful. Thanks for sharing your words with us this week.
    -HA

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  4. Ron. says:

    great stuff, V. I especially enjoyed 3rd.

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  5. I love the succession of these, Viv…the zooming out effect…thank you, for sharing your view! 🙂

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  6. tialys says:

    That first verse describes my dog walking this morning. It’s great coming back in to a nice fire though isn’t it?

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  7. Lovely descriptive verse.

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