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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Haiku and Snow


Today, the temperature hovers well below freezing and weak sunlight glitters on icy limbs. Swift punches of wind create a temporary veil. I believe the forecasters who call for a week of extreme cold and ice. This short video clip shows a few snow scenes with haiku that strive to find a beauty I can't see. :) Remember me? I'm the summer only, please, person.


6 comments:

susiej.com said...

We were up at the icy lake all weekend -- we left, as it was too, too cold!

Q said...

Nice video! Loved the pictures.
Your world is white. Your poem warm.
I almost thought I was going to hear your voice. I have been enjoying doing Almanac with my voice. Thank you for encouraging me to do so. This week it was easier. I think I am becoming comfortable.
Stay warm and safe.
Thank you for the video treat.
Sherry

Mandy said...

excellent
i love these

Stan Ski said...

More than just 'cool'!

anthonynorth said...

Excellent! Spring is just starting to fight back winter here. I'm willing it on.

Fledgling Poet said...

This was wonderful! I loved your video...how can something so white and beautiful make us so miserably cold? The photographs were awesome, right along with the words.