The yearly snowmelt
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Filed under Book Club, Water 2012
The rivers, swollen
Reaching their peak all too soon
A choice, grass or fish.
Cold water on my feet
Too much, I have to get out!
Ah, the sun’s warm rays
“New dress wringing wet
unexpected Summer storm –
umbrella at home.”
I found this haiku after searching online a little bit and I wanted to share it. This happens to me every time it rains.
Seed to sunlight, Hi!
Now you see me bursting forth,
Water ditch running.
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Green fills the valley,
Jealous brown hills looking on.
Lush, but for how long?
Record low snowpack
Powder was scarce this winter
Bring on the monsoon
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The water is light
like air under floating wood
peaceful still and calm
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