Monthly Archives: December 2010

Snowed In

As mostly happens, the snow storm that came through New England last weekend didn’t deliver the expected depths here in Northwood.  New York and southern New England got slammed, but we only got about 8″, disappointingly less than the predicted … Continue reading

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Christmas Haiku

  More than pajamas My father knows how to dress Patterns everywhere.

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Haiku XXXX

  Holidaze blazing Even a Jew gets swept up Go home stay home twist.

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Haiku XXXIX

Big blur of bird swoops Past and settles a high branch. I stop to look. Owl.

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Solstice Haiku

What I know of snow Is light on a gray morning Darkest day opening.

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Haiku XXXVIII

A cloud of sadness Floats below our merriment We gather fire.

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Haiku XXXVII

Frozen pond gulping Ice echoes speaking cold code House too full to skate.

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