thunder’s angry tone
pitched against a murky sky
April showers flow
– Written for Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge #249. Word prompts were “pitch” & “tone” or synonyms of those. Photo by Michaela from Pexels.com.
mood changes on
a dime. If had a dime
for every time I’d been fooled, I’d
– A Cinquain.
white tufts drift on the wild wind
spring patiently waits
– This haiku was written using RonovanWrites’ explanation of an English haiku. Photo from pixabay.com.
Today we awoke to everything covered in ice.
– DE MONTE Y MAR’s Tuesdays of Texture: Week 3 of 2018 & On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea’s Sunday Trees #323 – January 21, 2018. Photo ©2018 Leara Nicole Morris-Clark.
She is a whiffler
Indeed, it is her nature
The weather obeys
– Written for Kat Myrman’s Friday’s Word of the Day Haiku. Word prompt was “whiffler”. Photo from Pixabay.
It was bright and overcast at the same time. The sun dominated half of the sky, while the other half yielded to dark threatening clouds. It was still hot and bright, enough so that I was cheering on the clouds and wishing for rain. It never came, but it was a beautiful day regardless of my momentary discomfort. I was secretly grateful for it because I know winter is coming to New England sooner than I appreciate.
– Written for Day 7 of Awake August 2016, 31 Days of Mindful Writing in the form of Small Stones (concise daily observations) from Writing Our Way Home.
A Nor’easter looms –
Wind blows a dangerous threat,
Warm and cold collide
– Written for Haiku Horizons Week 126. Prompt was “wind.” Photo by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.