Miranda Sss


'Rain From The Heavens' And Other Haiku - Poem by Miranda Sss

Rain from the heavens
Relieves a parched, thirsty land
The people rejoice

Snow floats gently down
Covers the earth, a carpet
Squirrels hide 'til spring

Splendid old sunshine
Warms our hearts with lazy thoughts
Dreams of lakes, mountains

Sleet, chilly and wet
Falls in sheets of melting ice
Turns the earth to mud

Clouds spread, fill the sky
Darken the world bringing gloom
Yet welcomed by some

Thick blanket of fog
Dense yet light as a feather
Greets chilly mornings


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  • (4/29/2014 8:42:00 PM)


    A great selection of haiku's! Nicely written! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 26, 2005



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