Wendy Dobro

Haikus, A Journey - Poem by Wendy Dobro

Windy day, trees bent
Some are stretching out their arms
Leaving leaves to fall

Snow becomes heavy
Today the sun warms the earth
Ice dripping away

The Light is Right here
Sun shines through the trees, mixed shade
Green warmth, secret place

Fences line dirt roads
Dust comes up from the dry earth
As I walk, alone

Hot sun, cracked, dry earth
A few plants weakly hang on
The desert wins again

Water quenches life
Babbling brooks, winding rivers long
Let me follow you

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 5, 2009

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 5, 2009

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