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Poem, Haiku

Winter

Triple Haiku

Barren trees covered in snow surrounded by field and fence
Photo by Pascal Dihé on Unsplash

Bare maples shiver
Flurries tease bisque fallen leaves
Time gifts all snow coats

Frozen pawprints fade
Nature lulls all to sleep now
Rock-a-by brown bear

Whiteout walkway, deep
Shovels dig out a footpath
Hot cocoa visions

Thanks for reading- Marilyn

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Marilyn Glover

Marilyn Glover

I am a top writer in parenting; passionate about poetry spirituality, and travel. Domestic abuse survivor. mailto:gmarilyn009@gmail.com

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