Winter Haiku (Snow)

Stone shoulders wear white
Sifted from a heav’nly hand
Plated perfection

Swirls of butterflies
Kiss rosy, upturned faces
In flaky flurries

Soft and subtle death
Plummets down in powder waves
Life, preserved; still


(See if you can guess the subject of each)

©2020 Chelsea Owens
Photo Credit: Adam Chang

33 thoughts on “Winter Haiku (Snow)

      1. ….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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            1. 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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