Saturday, 4 December 2010

Winter haiku

snowy roofs -
a flock of geese skeins
across grey skies

icy pavements -
the rotweiler pauses
before each step


d. moll, said...


Gordon Mason said...

2 great haikus Juliet. Like how the lines end in the first haiku, so similar to the eye.

Daisy Hickman said...

Exceptional, Juliet! The geese are everywhere in this part of the world and especially in my hometown where many Canadian geese winter at Capitol Lake (warmed by artesian well water. Here's a video link I know you'll enjoy @

Anonymous said...

I saw geese this week, just like that.
You know, the second haiku describes me on ice, too.

Naquillity said...

i can easily picture the rotweiler pausing before each step. i've always been afraid of rotweilers. hope all is well.

Jenn Jilks said...

Really must get writing poetry again.
Thanks for the inspiration.
We were shopping at a fabulous organic grocery store. A big one. I love it!

Gillena Cox said...

like them both, but the first one more so because of Line Two 'skeins across'

much love

commoncents said...

NICE POST! I'm glad I found this blog!!

Common Cents

Carver said...

I love these haikus. Capture winter so well.

Titus said...

So many geese overhead at the moment! And so noisy at evening.

Loved both of these.

Anonymous said...

The second one made me laugh - can just picture that rottweiler.

Anonymous said...

Great site, really lie th Hailkus....Haiku? What is the plural of Hailku?

Crafty Green Poet said...

Jim - thanks, the plural of haiku, well it depends who you talk to, but most serious haiku writers use haiku as the plural of haiku, just as it would be in Japanese.