#130 of 365 – 3 Haiku about snow

3 Haiku about snow

 

snow in the forecast

no leave for the self-employed

bills already late

 

 

opaque velvet sky

clinging to stars we can’t see

snow due tomorrow

 

 

too much snow for school

the kids are home for a week

Oh, please send the plows!

 

 

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About Blackbird

Poet, sculptor, writer, spouse, parent, crazy person - not necessarily in that order.
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6 Responses to #130 of 365 – 3 Haiku about snow

  1. pi314chron says:

    Love these…Merle at her best even in the face of Nature’s adversity! If there’s no school for a week, that probably means my g-k’s will be at home, too. And my son will be doing his regular job…by computer. Sheesh! Where’s the fun in that?

    • Blackbird says:

      Thanks Ron! The week out of school was actually from a couple of years ago when we had more than a foot of snow. Thank God…so far this year we’ve been pretty lucky (unlike so many other areas)…but that week was a fun day and a half, and a verrryyyy slllllowwwww rest of the week! 😉

      • pi314chron says:

        Got it! Glad you’re not snowed in…that’s just got to be a royal pain in the old kazoo! We may get a light dusting of snow Sunday night and into Monday morning if the weather-gurus have been keeping their ouija board waxed and polished. *g*

  2. SassyD says:

    I really do know the feeling!!

  3. Blackbird says:

    For all those who may be wondering, SassyD is my mother, whom I love very much! Now regarding this comment, somehow I think this may be some sort of memory of me and siblings – three delightful children who I’m sure she loved being locked in with! 😉 Hope you don’t mind being “outed” SassyD!

    • sassyD says:

      No, I don’t mind as long as you did the outing. Yes, I have many, now happy memories, of desperately trying to find things to amuse three very creative children. Most of the times I succeeded–there were those times when I failed miserably.

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