Monday, April 09, 2007

The Changing Seasons - Haiku

This week's Haiku prompt presented by đpoetic1© is based upon "the changing seasons." It's fairly simple, according to dpoetic1 (but then his name is đpoetic1© and mine is not) simply think about your favorite to least favorite season and write your Haiku or Poetry. Pictures are encouraged. I did write a selection for last week's prompt but didn't submit it ... this week I didn't have a choice to sit this one out. I was given a directive! :)

So here is my Haiku ......


Crisp white melting past
Winter drips slips into spring
New green budding hope


Log onto to đpoetic1©'s blog to read the rest of the poetic offerings and learn more about the art of Haiku.

4 comments:

  1. Your haiku was good. I really like the last line because it offers hope from the beginning.

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  2. I don't know if I posted already but your haiku was really good.

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  3. Beautiful Haiku! Thanks.

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