Haiku Heights – Dew: December Dew

Morning Dew

American Sentence

December Dew

Morning dew froze, turning my path into a gauntlet, almost fell down!

American haiku

Crunch

Walking in the morning —
met up with frozen dew:
what a friendly crunch!

Haiku

frozen morning dew
pathway dressed in sparkling white
blackbirds hop and chat

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N.B. in courtesy to Haiku Heights I used 17 syllables for the American haiku although Jack Kerouac didn’t.

18 thoughts on “Haiku Heights – Dew: December Dew

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