Saturday, April 03, 2021

National Poetry Month: #haikudiary.3

 

razor blade north wind
winter is not quite over
wear wool once more


©Mary Lee Hahn, 2021



7 comments:

  1. Yeah, I wore a wool turtleneck yesterday on our annual outing to the cherry blossom neighborhood. Full sun, though, to ward of the wind, and still beautiful!

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  2. Razor blade north wind???
    Perfect and Ugh!!!!
    I hope that is not coming this way!!!

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  3. It seems as though it happens every year! Spring tries to come once or twice before it actually succeeds.

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  4. I have this affection for alliteration yet your poem is one reason why I'm not a big fan of spring. Here's to sunny and warmer days ahead!

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  5. We had it last week, hoping for you it's over soon. #tiredofwool : )

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  6. So sorry for your north wind! We are blissfully enjoying spring. Hope spring comes to stay soon in your neck of the woods.

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  7. Now that is a 'sharp' description for the north wind, Mary Lee! Winter is set to return here on Tues/Wed with snow. My hubby has his motorcycle driver's license test (in German!) on Wednesday. Ugh. :)

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