As winter gray rules the sky, a young family walks quickly down the sidewalk, Anxious to retreat from looming rain. First drops make contact – mom’s footsteps quicken. Facinated by the fat splat to his forehead the toddler breaks the pace.
a new distraction
catching raindrops –
the razzle dazzle of it all!
a gray autumn day
the lawn wears a weary brown
autumn’s taken hold
Colleen’s Tanka Tuesday, poets choice.
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Tagged #3lines, Autumn, fall, Gray clouds, gray day, haiku, micropoetry, nature, poems, poetry |
rain clouds all day, a
gray haze blankets springs newness
pelting rain drops plop
so we wait, the birds and I
listening to sound of spring
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Tagged gray day, poetry, spring flowers, spring rains, tanka tuesday |