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I love snowprints : ). Just as pretty as can be!
If you did not leave the house (As suggested in previous post) you can't leave any footprint, so who did?
Hello kouji,I loved this poem, we have not had any snow yet, but I can't wait for it to come!
Snow time! The autumn's over. Your footprints last autumn were also lost...
This one works quite well in both image and thought. Thanks.
@life with kaishonah. never actually seen one. :)
@ashiyeti perhaps? :O
@lori cordeirocool. no snow here at all, no matter what month of the year. :O
@kencool. thanks. i also enjoyed visiting your haiku blog. :) and it's cool to see another haiku blog which is seo'd. :)
love this poem a lot; i remember my first experience of snow, i didn't leave any footprints either, i just stood at the open door and gaped; it was awsome! I was on vacation at the time, in New York. I live in a Caribbean republic - Trinidad and Tobago here we have no winters.much lovegillena
I love snow haiku --there's texture, temperature,and shades of whiteness.
very nice :)
lovely image, I love deep snow,
nice post..please come by to my blog too..
@gillena coxah. :) we have no winter over here where i live as well. :O
@rachelbirdsindeed. thanks for dropping by. :)
@crafty green poetthanks. :) glad you like it. :)
@mr. wilsonthanks. :) i'll try to drop by.
I really like this Haiku ! So, I'd like to say ..." Snow melts Lovely sun Footprints appear ! ":)
This isn't a haiku - they are supposed to have 5 syllables on the first line, 7 on the second, and 5 on the last. What you wrote is just a very short poem.
No winter, but imagination. Profound.
first snowthe wind leavesno footprints
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