snow footprints haiku poem

footprints
in the snow
i leave no trace


a haiku poem for winter haiku 2008/2009. :)


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24 comments:

  1. I love snowprints : ). Just as pretty as can be!

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  2. If you did not leave the house (As suggested in previous post) you can't leave any footprint, so who did?

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  3. Hello kouji,
    I loved this poem, we have not had any snow yet, but I can't wait for it to come!

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  4. Snow time! The autumn's over. Your footprints last autumn were also lost...

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  5. This one works quite well in both image and thought. Thanks.

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  6. @life with kaishon

    ah. never actually seen one. :)

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  7. @lori cordeiro

    cool. no snow here at all, no matter what month of the year. :O

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  8. @ken

    cool. thanks. i also enjoyed visiting your haiku blog. :) and it's cool to see another haiku blog which is seo'd. :)

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  9. 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 love
    gillena

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  10. I love snow haiku --
    there's texture, temperature,
    and shades of whiteness.

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  11. nice post..please come by to my blog too..

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  12. @gillena cox

    ah. :) we have no winter over here where i live as well. :O

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  13. @rachelbirds

    indeed. thanks for dropping by. :)

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  14. @crafty green poet

    thanks. :) glad you like it. :)

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  15. @mr. wilson

    thanks. :) i'll try to drop by.

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  16. I really like this Haiku !
    So, I'd like to say ...

    " Snow melts
    Lovely sun
    Footprints appear ! "

    :)

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  17. 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.

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  18. No winter, but imagination. Profound.

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  19. first snow
    the wind leaves
    no footprints

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