Tommy Stroller

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Winter Haiku


Haiku 1

Summer is so short

A white skirt left on the beach

Winter is so long



Haiku 2


The ice flowers on

the window pane. A flute plays

and the rising moon



Haiku 3


The seagull on its

perch pole above the water

Naked we slowly enter




Haiku 4


Porpoises leap and

breathe in the sound. The sauna

sweat on our bodies




Haiku 5


Long the shore the ice

cracks in the ferry`s wake. The

moon slides on darkness



Haiku 6


New Year - so many

rockets scream next day - old year's

rubbish fills the streets

Submitted: Saturday, February 11, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: haiku


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