33 thoughts on “Winter Haiku (Snow)

    • Chelsea Owens February 12, 2020 / 5:19 am

      It’s like rain that gets confused and somehow changes color and weight as it falls.

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    • Chelsea Owens February 12, 2020 / 9:26 am

      You snow it! Any guess as to which snow-related things they describe?

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  1. Jules February 12, 2020 / 9:46 am

    Mountains (the peaks), snowflakes… blizzard? At least that’s what I see 😀

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  2. Jules February 12, 2020 / 11:31 am

    Snowdrops finishing their life span for the third?

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    • Chelsea Owens February 12, 2020 / 12:09 pm

      Nope. Honestly, I’m impressed you got ‘mountains’ before this one.

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  3. Jules February 12, 2020 / 1:00 pm

    Perhaps just another guess… stardust, comet trail, rays/waves of the winter sun….or the moonglade on the ocean.
    I saw the mountains right away.

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      • Jules February 13, 2020 / 6:31 am

        ….waterfalls… I’ll look again…
        Some images are clearer than others I guess.
        Also depends on the time of day one reads…
        Brain fog might have played a roll in being blindsided 😉

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        • Jules February 13, 2020 / 9:13 am

          Oh… an avalanche. There’s preservative power there! (duh… powder waves!).

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            • Jules February 13, 2020 / 11:52 am

              Ah, but I still think it could have been a freezing water fall… I looked in the comments 😉
              It does make perfect sense when all the pieces are pointed out. 😀

              (Never doubt yourself. Multiple interpretations can be a good thing too!)

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  4. Lisa Bradshaw February 12, 2020 / 2:57 pm

    Not enough flakes in this part of the world.. been a very thin snow fall this year.. 😉

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  5. Wordifull Melanie February 12, 2020 / 7:26 pm

    Oh lovely and a fun challenge…
    I see mountains draped in snow
    children or maybe flowers in a light snowfall
    and being buried in an avalanche?

    close?

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  6. Carly February 19, 2020 / 8:22 pm

    I can feel the snow crunch with this poem Chelsea. Great job! 🙂

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